Dr. Christine Le
Dr. Le has extensive experience working with both children and adults. Her areas of expertise include autism, anxiety disorders, depression, Down Syndrome, trauma and trichotillomania.
To schedule an intake appointment: Please email Le@vulcanpsychology.com
Her office files BCBS insurance.
Dr. Le is a co-founder of Vulcan Psychology Group. She grew up in England and first worked in a children's refugee home in London. Here she saw how people with even significant challenges had a great potential for change. Wanting to learn more, she earned a Doctoral degree in Psychology from New York University.
She completed her residency at Queens Medical Center in Hawaii as an individual and group therapist for adults. Specialty areas included inpatient units, consultations with medical staff, assessments and testing, and outpatient therapy. After her residency, Dr. Le worked with children in numerous settings including schools, homes, private practice and the community. She is trained in Lifespan Integration for trauma therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, behavioral interventions, and play therapy.
Dr. Le also studied at the Sorbonne in France, and is fluent in spoken French.
Dr. Le’s work as a psychologist and author has been recognized by several awards, including the CARE Distinguished Service Award, and an Arts Council Literary Award.
In her latest book, Autism Rules: How To Thrive In A Neurodiverse World she shares her more than 20 years of experience working with people on the spectrum. The book reveals powerful strategies for navigating social information, strengthening relationships, developing your social radar, decoding autism traits, and celebrating autism.
Available on Amazon
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