Nathan Jee

LPC Associate

Supervised by Ly Tran, LPC-S

Telehealth Available

insurance accepted

United Healthcare

Get to know Nathan

Nathan Jee is committed to supporting teens and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, ADHD, difficult relationships, life-stage transitions, or addictions. He also helps couples navigate relational challenges, whether they are early in their relationship or have been together for many years. All relationships face conflict, and he seeks to guide couples to build skills to manage their conflict in a healthy manner. 

Healing begins with being accepted and fully understood. Beginning therapy can be an intimidating process, and Nathan aims to create a welcoming and safe space by listening and reflecting what is shared with empathy and open-mindedness. By employing a person-centered approach, he enables clients to gain self-awareness and empowers them to find solutions. Regardless of what is brought to a counseling session, he values knowing the whole person – their story, interests, and feelings. He believes in the power of collaboration between counselor and client to create and achieve therapy goals.

Though counseling was not always a part of Nathan’s story, he prioritized building strong relationships with friends and family from a young age. As a native Texan growing up in Plano, Nathan was raised by parents who worked in the tech industry, so it felt natural for him to follow in their footsteps and study Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. From there, he began to work at General Motors and felt that the most fulfilling part of the job was the friendships formed with his coworkers. Around the same time, he sought therapy for himself and was able to make significant personal progress. Through this experience, he began to develop an interest in the transformative power of the counseling relationship. This led Nathan to change his career path into counseling and graduate from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Master’s in Counseling.

Nathan works out of Austin, TX, where he has lived for over 10 years. When he is not counseling, he spends time with his wife, Emily, his pet chickens, and his dog. To relax, he enjoys playing video games, board games, and disc golf.

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