Oliver James Lees, PhD is a postdoctoral fellow who obtained his doctorate in Counseling Psychology at Indiana University-Bloomington. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in psychology from UW-Madison and a master’s degree in learning and developmental science from Indiana University-Bloomington. He also completed a predoctoral internship at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
In addition to individual, couples, and group therapy, Oliver also provides psychological testing to diagnose adult ADHD. He uses a multi-faceted clinical approach drawing from client-centered, ACT, and positive psychology perspectives.
Oliver believes that every person has the ability to grow and change, and he makes it his goal to guide clients on their personal mental health journey. He works with clients from all demographics and backgrounds and works to create a safe, supportive space in which clients of all identities can experience positive growth and healing.
Clients Oliver Works With
- Teens (Ages 15+)
- Identity Concerns
- Sex and Intimacy Concerns
- Couples Therapy
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder