Charlton Lee


Charlton (Bob) Lee has 54 years of experience as a psychologist, therapist and counselor in public and private practice with numerous professional accomplishments.  His primary areas of interest and expertise are:  behavioral and emotional disorders of childhood and adolescence, working with parents to reduce parent-child conflict, group and individual therapy with children and adolescents, working to resolve discipline issues at home or school, working on self-esteem and academic problems of youth, providing parent education in working with normal and behaviorally disordered children, testing and diagnosis of learning disabilities and disorders, independent living skills training and foster parent training in parenting skills working with parents to access services for special needs children, diagnosis of ADHD/Disruptive Behavioral Disorders and emotional problems in children and adolescents and adults.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Long Beach and a Master of Arts Degree from the University of California, Los Angeles; both in psychology.  He also took postgraduate courses in School Counseling, School Psychology and Educational Psychology at California State University in Long Beach and has attended numerous seminars and workshops over 54 years.

Lee has served as counseling psychologist for the State of California Department of Education Special Schools and Services, Long Beach; District Psychologist for the Los Alamitos School District, consultant for ADHD at Minirth Meier Clinic, Newport Beach and American Psychological Institute, Anaheim, Ca; Staff therapist at New Hope Counseling Center, Irvine; Child Welfare Trainer; and therapist and consultant at the Family Resource Center, Desert Hot Springs.  From 1967 to 2001 Lee was Professor of psychology at Cypress College.  He served as Staff Educational Psychologist and Marriage Family Therapist at the Guidance Center at Miller Children’s Hospital, Long Beach, from 1964-2007.  Since 2005 he has been Staff Counselor at Grace Church, Desert Hot Springs and Private School Psychologist for King’s Schools, Palm Springs, where he assesses children for emotional and learning disabilities and counsels with parents and teachers.