the Intersection of
Lee, PhD, LCSW, has been intrigued
to her father, a photographer who joined the
Navy at the age of 17, learned his craft in the
service, and ultimately worked as a photog-
rapher for NASA at the height of the space
program, Dr. Lee says. Although he passed
away when Dr. Lee was 9, his story contin-
ues to fascinate her.
community health at Robert Wood Johnson
Medical School, Dr. Lee remains driven by
that interest in the arts--with a twist. Today,
she is focused in part on how arts engage-
ment can be used as a healing medium.
always wanted them," Dr. Lee says. "In my
adult life, I've delved into these areas on my
own as I could. Whether it be photography,
been really critical to my development.
When I started to do clinical work, I knew
wanted to do with clients."
Lee also has served since January 2014 as
the student assistance facilitator (SAF), a
position that provides her with the opportu-
nity to be engaged with students at the med-
related to substance abuse and other mental