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Lee Ho


Registered Social Worker


“Mental health is important to me, as I am sure it probably is to you as well. I believe that at its core, therapeutic practice is rooted in the belief that our problems do not lie in us but between; in our relationship with ourselves and with others.


I’ve had the privilege of working with young people, individuals and families in co-creating strategies, skills, fostering further self-exploration through connection and gentle curiosity – grounded in their lived experiences, inherent wisdom and strengths. Compassion and honesty are virtues which I believe are paramount to cultivating a safe space. These virtues, partnered with an environment of non-judgement, encouragement and my sense of humour, work to create a collaborative capacity building process.

Some facts about me: I re-energize by practicing meditation, journaling, writing poetry, cooking and I enjoy spending time outdoors.


Mental health issues are inevitable in this thing we call life. And I hope that you will also have the courage to reach out for support if you are in need of it”.

Prior to private practice at LRCG, Lee has spent time working in Child Welfare providing therapeutic support and interventions to families, couples, youth and children in both the community and in foster care. 

She has also supported at-risk students in school setting with behavioural, social and emotional skills development and has also engaged in developing children's arts programming. She has also served as a Member and Co-Chair of the Equitable Practice Initiatives Committee at Peel Children's Aid Society.


Lee has completed her Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) at Ryerson University and is a Registered Social Worker (RSW) with the Ontario College of Social Workers & Social Service Worker (OCSWSSW) and she is also a member with the Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW).


Lee has basic proficiency in Cantonese and is available for in-person and online sessions.

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