With more than 18 years of direct care and management experience in the human service field, JLee Mitchell has made it her life’s work to support and empower others. JLee holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counseling for Youth and Family Services and is a Licensed Mental Health Practitioner.

JLee has an extensive background working with at-risk youth, trauma survivors, victims of domestic violence, and families in crisis. Through the years, she has provided quality treatment services to youth and families while collaborating with the juvenile justice system, educational programs, and health and human service agencies to ensure a well-rounded system of care. JLee’s treatment modalities incorporate trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral techniques, motivational interviewing, social-skill development, goal setting, and parent training that empower individuals to work through challenges and achieve positive growth and outcomes.

JLee has parlayed her direct-care experience into leadership roles over the years by providing consultation, evaluation, training and quality management support to other non-profit direct care providers and administrative leaders throughout the country. Additionally, she is a certified trainer and has been an adjunct professor for Master’s level courses through Bellevue University. This diverse skill set has enabled JLee to combine therapeutic techniques and consulting tools to help others overcome adversity and reach their fullest potential.