Lee LeGrice graduated with her Master’s in Social Work from The University of Texas at Arlington in 1993. She completed her advanced license in clinical social work in 1996 and then went on to complete her PhD in Social Work in 2003 from The University of Texas at Arlington. Dr. LeGrice has over 25 years’ experience working with children, adolescents and adults with mental health needs. She worked at Lena Pope Home, Inc. from 1993-2009 serving children with a wide range of issues. Dr. LeGrice has provided LCSW supervision since 1998. She served as Executive Director at Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County from 2009-2012. She has served as an adjunct professor for The University of Texas at Arlington and for Texas Christian University. In 2012 she opened a private practice focused on counseling and consulting. She then received the 2013 Social Worker of the Year award for the State of Texas from NASW. Her passion is bringing the best treatment available to the children, adolescents, adults and families in need.

Dr. LeGrice has had extensive training in AEDP and EFT as well as interpersonal neurobiology. These are the models she uses in her therapy practice. AEDP, Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy was developed by Dr. Diana Fosha, and is based in attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology and transformance, a theory that articulates the overarching motivational force that pulses within us, the sense of “this feels right”.  AEDP focuses on the belief that we are wired for growth and for healing. Undoing one’s unwanted aloneness in the face of intense and unbearable emotional experience is central to AEDP’s therapeutic mission (Fosha, 2000).  EFT is based on attachment theory and 30 years of research understanding and alleviating relationship problems. This model uses a systematic and empirically validated theory of adult bonding to help couples create safe, secure loving relationships.