Transitions Counseling and Mentoring Services, founded by E. Evette Lee, LCPC, LPC, NCC, opened its doors in 2012 with one clinical provider. Since that time we have seen tremendous growth. We are now a full service agency, serving several hundred children and adults in the surrounding areas of Prince George’s County.
Here at Transitions Counseling and Mentoring Services the focus is on comprehensive therapy services for all family members in the Prince George’s County. This includes diagnostic assessments, therapy, medication management, and mentoring.
Our continuous focus is on total family wellness. One of the ways we accomplish this goal is by assessing and identifying factors and patterns that can leave a family at risk of failing to thrive in their roles as caregiver or child, this includes assessing for trauma, depression, anger, and addictions. Transitions Counseling and Mentoring Services is committed to being a community partner within Prince George’s County and the surrounding areas to educate, advocate, and provide mental wellness services. Our dedicated and client-centered staff embraces this mission with each and every client that walks through our doors.
Evette Lee, LCPC, LPC, NCC is a licensed clinical professional counselor and national certified counselor, who obtained
her Master’s degree in Counseling from Trinity University. She has a wide range of experience providing therapeutic services for adolescents, couples, individuals and families. She has worked extensively with persons with depression, anxiety, foster care history, court involved youth/adolescents, crisis, PTSD, anger, relationship problems, substance abuse, gambling addictions, and family challenges. Ms. Lee has always had a strong passion for helping people in a therapeutic manner. In a supportive and non-judgmental atmosphere, she offers a highly personalized approach, tailored to each client’s individual needs. Thus, helping them to attain the personal and emotional growth they are striving to achieve. Her dedication to servicing the community is evident through her passion for helping others and volunteering her services to other organizations throughout the Maryland and Washington, DC metropolitan areas.
Stephanie Leach is a Clinical Intern and a Professional Victim Advocate in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Graduating in 2013 with a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Winston Salem State University, Stephanie is currently pursuing a Master’s of Science in Professional Counseling. She is trained in EMDR, CBT and often utilizes Solution Focused, Person Centered and various Mindfulness techniques. She has experience working with victims of crimes, LBGTQ plus, couples, families, adolescents, children, and various spiritual populations.
John Johnson II, MA, LGPC is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor who obtained his Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Counseling DC. He has experience working with children, adolescents, individuals, couples, and families. He has worked with children and adults in, inpatient hospital settings, outpatient, and community settings. He has worked with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, anger management issues, family conflict, relationship issues, and many more. Mr. Johnson is dedicated to helping provide clarity to his clients and assisting them in making the best choices for their lives. He believes in a Person-Centered approach as well as utilizing Cognitive Behavioral, and Solution-Focused techniques. He appreciates the uniqueness of each client he sees and believes in meeting them where they are to achieve their goals.