AREAS OF SPECIALITY
- Children and Parenting
- Divorce Coaching and Divorce Co-Parenting
- Selective Mutism
- Parental Coordinator (USA and Hong Kong)
MSc in Psychoanalytic & Developmental Psychology
The Anna Freud Centre in conjunction with University College of London, London, UK
MA in Play Therapy
Roehampton University, UK
BA in Psychology
York University, Canada
Cogmed Working Memory Coach (UK)
FRIENDS™ for Life facilitator (UK)
New Ways for Families (High Conflict Institute, USA)
Parents Forever Facilitator (University of Minnesota, USA)
Custody Evaluator (PACE, USA)
Parental Coordinator (Mindy F. Mitnick, USA, 2015 & Robin M. Deutsch, 2019, Hong Kong)
Lora Lee is a Master Level Psychologist trained in the UK, specializing in developmental psychology and divorce co-parenting.
During her 10+ years’ of experience working with children, adolescents, and families, Lora has always practiced child-first psychodynamic child psychotherapy, encouraging clients to draw on their inner resources to develop the skills needed to change destructive patterns of behaviour. The child’s needs are central to therapeutic treatments, whether conducted with the child, adolescent, and/or with parents.
Qualified in developmental psychology, custody evaluation, and parental coordination, her area of expertise lies in working with children, particularly those affected by divorce. Additionally, Lora also collaborates with parents, acting as either a parental coordinator or a divorce coach. Her aim is to guide both father and mother through the tumultuous process of a breakup or divorce and beyond. This enables parents to prioritize the well-being of their children during these challenging times. She offers strategies to empower parents, helping them to maintain calm, communicate effectively, and progress toward healing and recovery.
Lora is available online only