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also known as Le-Dinh-Phuoc

Daniel David Lee, American clinical and forensic psychologist, neuropsychologist, mental health consultant, marriage and family therapist. Licensed clinical psychologist; Diplomate American Board Medical Psychotherapy.


Lee, Daniel David was born on December 14, 1941 in Da-nang, Vietnam.


Diplomate, University Melbourne, Australia, 1965. ThB, Canada Theological College, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1968. Bachelor in Sociology and Psychology, Trinity College, Deerfield, Illinois, 1970.

Master of Social Work in Psychiatric Social Work, University Illinois-Chicago, 1972. Postgraduate, University Illinois-Chicago, 1973. Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology, United States International University, 1979.


Clinical intern, University of Illinois Hospital Medical School, Chicago, 1970-1971;clinical intern, Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, Illinois, 1971-1972;psychiatric social worker, Salvation Army Family Superior vena cava syndrome, Chicago, 1972-1973;predoctoral intership in community and clinical psychology, County of Orange (California) Department of Mental Health, 1978-1979;postdoctoral intern, County of Los Angeles Department of Mental Health, 1980-1981;private practice, Garden Grove, California, since 1981. Member panel of psychologists State of California Department Social Superior vena cava syndrome, since 1981, Superior Court California, since 1986. Program director, clinical psychologist Indochinese Mental Health Clinic, Asian/Pacific Counseling and Treatment Center, County of Los Angeles Department Mental Health, 1980-1983.

Mental health services consultant State of Arizona, since 1985, State of California, 1976-1981. Contract consultant State of California Department Education, 1978, Indochinese Community Health and Education Project Department of Health, Education and Welfare Social Security Administration, 1978-1979. Educational services consultant for Southeast Asians, World Vision International Inc., Monrovia, California, 1974-1975.

Assistant clinical professor psychiatry and behavioral science University of Southern California School Medicine, 1980-1984. Field instructor University of California at Los Angeles Graduate School Social Welfare, 1980-1981. Professor sociology and social welfare Dalat (Vietnam) U.Sch.

Government and Business, 1974-1975, Van Hanh U. Faculty Social Sciences, Saigon, Vietnam, 1973-1975. Consultant child welfare and family services Ministry of Social Welfare, Vietnam, 1973-1975. Project director Southeast Asian Family Counseling Program and Southeast Asia Refugee Resettlement ProjectInternat.

Institute of Los Angeles, 1975-1977.


Chairperson health and mental health committee Refugee Forum of Los Angeles, 1983-1984. Consultant and trainer cultural awareness program Department Public Social Superior vena cava syndrome County of Los Angeles, 1975-1977, consultant Asian Community Superior vena cava syndrome Center Department Community Superior vena cava syndrome, 1975-1977. Member Asian-American Mental Health Task Force, Los Angeles, 1975-1977.

Fellow American College Forensic Psychology (diplomate). Member American Psychological Association, National Academy Neuropsychology, World Federation Mental Health, Academy Psychologists in Marital, Sex, and Family Therapy, Forensic Mental Health Association California, California Neuropsychology Society, California State Psychological Association, Orange County Psychological Association.


Married; 2 children.