Lee Wulfenstein MA, AMFT
Lee Wulfenstein, MA, LAMFT graduated from Utah Valley University with a bachelor's degree in family studies. He then went on to attend Syracuse University in New York and graduated with a Master's of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, as well as a certificate of advanced study in trauma informed practice.
A significant component of his training at SU was in working with ethnic and cultural diversity, and with the LGBTQ+ community, receiving specific training in transgender issues, and serving as a member of the Gender Expansive Support Team (GEST).
As an intern, Lee worked for a Child Advocacy Center in Central New York where he was able to use his training in trauma to work with children and families who had been abused and neglected. During this time he received further trauma certification in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) through The Medical University of South Carolina.
After graduation, Lee worked in a child and adolescent clinic doing couple and family therapy prior to moving home to Utah during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lee enjoys helping other therapists in training through their process, and working to improve the general quality of mental health therapy provided in the community. He applied for and was offered the position of associate advisor to the UAMFT board where he has proudly served over the past two years, while working full time as a mental health clinician, teen group leader, and neurofeedback provider at Utah Behavior Services.
Lee is passionate about the power of systemic therapy in healing relationships and improving lives. He enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families to help them identify and work toward their mental, emotional and relational goals using a variety of effective therapy models and interventions.