Center for Mindfulness Northwest
We believe that all of us have the innate capacity to experience well-being, strength, and confidence, even in the face of stress, pain, or illness and all of life’s challenges. In order to enhance that capacity Center for Mindfulness Northwest offers insightful and heartfelt instruction in a broad range of mindfulness-based programs, speech-language and social cognition interventions from a specialist with over 25 years of experience. What sets Center for Mindfulness Northwest apart from other centers is our holistic based, team approach in using cutting edge, scientifically supported methodologies to treat not just the individual, but the family. Our goal is to provide opportunities for individuals and families to realize their highest potential for long-term health, well-being and happiness through experiential and educational practices rooted in well-researched, evidence-based programs.
Christine Lee, M.S., CCC-SLP is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist practicing for over 25 years. She received her Bachelor of Arts in 1991 and Master of Science in 1993 from the University of Redlands in Communicative Disorders with an emphasis in early childhood language development, language-based learning disabilities, and autism.
For years she served as Supervisor to the Outpatient Department of Child and Adolescent Speech and Language Services at UCLA’s Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behavior (NPI) and Director of Services for the Early Childhood Partial Hospitalization Program at the Semel Institute (NPI).