Margaret J. Lee, M.A.

Doctoral Candidate and State Board Registered Counselor Intern (Liberty University, Counselor Education and Supervision)

Life experiences can cause pain and hurt so deeply that one’s soul is broken into many parts and can only mend when those parts come together again. The brokenness causes individuals to have problems interacting with others, themselves, and God. Counseling provides the skills and knowledge needed to help individuals learn to embody themselves and heal their injured parts.

Margaret is a counselor in training pursuing an LPC license and is also a Doctoral Candidate in Counselor Education Supervision (CES) at Liberty University. In addition, Margaret volunteers with the VA Caregiver Peer Support Mentoring Program. As a mentor, I offer patience, attentiveness, and nonjudgmental regard to veteran caregivers. I let them know they are not alone.