The Lee University Marriage and Family Therapy and Play Therapy Center offers a variety of resources to help individuals, couples and families pursue their dreams of having long-lasting satisfactory relationships. Although Marriage and Family Therapists focus on relationships, we also work with a large variety of other common issues like anxiety and depression. Our center provides therapeutic services by graduate interns who are supervised by our graduate faculty, who are also licensed clinicians. Because of our extensive supervision, our interns are able to provide quality therapeutic care for almost any individual, couple or family problem! We look forward to serving you.
Our clinic welcomes all clients regardless of race, age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, relationship status, gender identity, socioeconomic status, disability, health status, religion and spiritual beliefs and/or affiliation, and/or national origin.
At this time due to the COVID-19 Crisis, we are only offering online services (e.g., telephone calls or encrypted teleconferencing). There is no charge for these online services for the duration of this emergency. When in-person sessions resume, we will go back to our sliding scale of $20 or less per session. Due to state laws, new online therapy sessions can only be provided to Tennessee residents.
We are offering two different services online. If you are wanting counseling/therapy services, please click on the link on the left of this page that says "Therapy Appointment Request" Enter in the requested information and our intake clinician will contact you within 48 hours to help setup your first appointment.
During this crisis we are also offering, "Caring Calls." These calls are not counseling services. The purpose of these calls is to to help you with self-care ideas and activities in response to the COVID-19 crisis. We can give you ideas to lower stress, worry, and anxiety for yourself and your family. To learn more about these calls and to schedule one of these calls, click on the Caring Calls Appointment Request link on the left.
If you are having a mental health crisis, are suicidal, and need immediate help, please call emergency services (911) or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.