Dr. Ronald LeeSchool Outreach Consultant Colorado Safe School Resource Center

Dr. Lee has worked as a school psychologist and school administrator in Colorado for more than 25 years. In both roles, Dr. Lee has extensive experience with the prevention, response, and recovery of events related to students and adults who struggle with suicide. As a son of a Chinese Immigrant father and an American born Chinese mother, Dr. Lee has consulted with educators and facilitated trainings on racial equity in public schools for over five years. In his current role as School Outreach Consultant for the Colorado Safe School Resource Center, he provides support to K-12 schools (both private and public) and higher education in regards to various concerns involving psychological safety. He earned his doctorate degree in clinical psychology from the University of Denver, and his bachelor of science degree from Tufts University. He is licensed in the state of Colorado as a clinical psychologist, school psychologist, and K-12 school administrator. Dr. Lee lives in Colorado with his lovely wife who is a published psychologist and teacher, close to his two beautiful daughters, and he is constantly entertained by his scruffy labradoodle named Elton.

Suicide Prevention for Students of Color: Heartbreaking Lessons Learned

8/3/2022 1:00 – 2:00 PM

Mental Health IS Health: Tackling the Mental Health Needs of K-12 Students AND Staff

8/3/2022 4:45 – 6:00 PM