Mari A. Lee, LMFT, CSAT-S is recognized for her clinical work with male and female sex addicts, love and pornography addicts, as well as her ground breaking work with spouses and partners of sex addicts. She is the founder of Growth Counseling Services, a private practice recovery center located in Glendora, California.
Additionally, Mari is a popular national conference speaker, workshop teacher, and is the co-author of the best selling book, “Facing Heartbreak: Steps to Recovery for Partners of Sex Addicts”, as well as the author of, “The Creative Clinician: Exercises and Activities for Clients and Group Therapy”, and “From Fairy Tales to Facelifts: Learning to Love the Image in the Mirror.”
As a coach and consultant, Mari is passionate about supporting other clinicians who are building their private practice dreams and believes that every therapist can make a great living doing the work they love. Her webinar, “How to Create Successful Multiple Income Streams for the Busy Clinician” has received rave reviews, and her on line products for therapists (Consent Forms, Clinical Group Forms, Exercises for Therapy) have supported therapists around the world and come with fantastic testimonials.
For further information on coaching and consulting, please visit: www.thecounselorscoach.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in having Mari speak at an event, you may contact her at (818) 521-4370.
For further information on sex addiction therapy support in Southern California, please visit: www.growthcounselingservices.com, or email@example.com.
Mari is the real deal. A therapist, mentor, entrepreneur. She does it all! I was extremely humbled when talking to her. I hope you enjoy the episode as much as I do! Below are some of the resources we talk about in the episode:
Wellness: prayer/meditation, nature hikes, pets, dance. (Speaking of pets, here is Willie, my awesome 9 year old dog)
Book: "Daring Greatly" by Brene Brown- I'm actually reading this book for the second time right now. It's a "must read" for therapists.
Or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org