Szu-Hui Lee

Director of Counseling and Psychological Services
Szu-Hui Lee


M.A. Ohio State University

Ph.D. Ohio State University

B.A. University of California - Irvine


Dr. Szu-Hui Lee is a board-certified clinical psychologist with more than a decade of research and practice experience with community and boarding school populations. She received her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University and completed her internship and post-doctoral fellowships at McLean Hospital – Harvard Medical School. She continues to hold an appointment as a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Her areas of expertise include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and the treatment of anxiety disorders. Other clinical interests include cross-cultural adjustment, issues of first-generation and international students, identity development and relationships.

Dr. Lee has served as a psychologist at Counseling & Psychological Services since 2014, providing individual psychotherapy, crisis intervention, triage and short-term group therapy to PEA students. Dr. Lee became the Director of the department in 2018. Dr. Lee is passionate about her work with students and enjoys opportunities to consult with faculty, staff and student organizations whenever possible. She also enjoys teaching and providing trainings, locally and internationally, on treatment of anxiety disorders. For example, she has conducted trainings in China (Shanghai, Beijing, Xiamen) and Japan (Tokyo and Kyoto). Dr. Lee is fluent in English, Mandarin and Taiwanese. She and her husband Kristopher live off campus with their son Alexander, born in 2016, and daughter Emma, born in 2019.