CURRICULUM VITAE
Terry Git Lee, MD
1) PERSONAL DATA
[email protected]
Division of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
University of Washington School of Medicine
2815 Eastlake Av. East, suite #200
Seattle, WA 98102
206.685.2085 (tel) 206.685.3430 (fax)
2) EDUCATION
1979-1983
B.A. Cum Laude Honors Psychology, University of Minnesota
1983-1987
M.D. University of Minnesota
3) POSTGRADUATE TRAINING
1987-1991
General Psychiatry Residency: University of Washington Affiliated
Hospitals
1991-1993
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency: University of Washington
Affiliated Hospitals
4) FACULTY POSITIONS HELD
2014-present Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences,
Division of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy, University of
Washington School of Medicine
2009-present Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of
Washington
2008-2014
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences,
Division of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy, University of
Washington School of Medicine
2004-2008
Acting Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral
Sciences, Division of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy,
University of Washington School of Medicine
2000-2004
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, John A. Burns School of
Medicine, University of Hawaii
1999-2000
Acting Instructor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences,
Division of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy, University of
Washington School of Medicine
1994-1999
Clinical Instructor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences,
Division of Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy, University of
Washington School of Medicine
5) HOSPITAL POSITIONS HELD
2006-present Chair, Washington State Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration
Psychiatry Quality Improvement Committee
2004-present Psychiatrist, Prime Time Project: Intensive Community-Based Program
for King County Juvenile Court-Involved Youth with Co-Occurring
Disorders
2004-present Psychiatrist, Echo Glen Children’s Center-Washington State Juvenile
Rehabilitation Administration
2004-present Psychiatrist, King County Juvenile Detention
2002-2004
Clinical Director, Family Treatment Center Queen’s Medical Center;
Honolulu, HI
2002-2004
Psychiatrist, Family Treatment Center Queen’s Medical Center
2001-2002
Clinical Director, Central Oahu Family Guidance Center-Hawaii
Department of Health
2000-2001
Medical Director, Hawaii Multisystemic Therapy Continuum of Care;
Honolulu, HI
1999-2000
Psychiatrist, Child Study and Treatment Center
1999-2000
Coordinator, Behavioral Health Clinics, Children’s Hospital and Regional
Medical Center
1997-1999
Consulting Psychiatrist, Adolescent Center, Group Health Cooperative;
Bellevue, WA
1997-1999
Clinical Director, Continuum Health Care; Bellevue, WA
1996-1999
Psychiatrist, Continuum Health Care; Bellevue, WA
1996-1999
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Overlake Hospital; Bellevue, WA
1996-1999
Member, Psychiatric Physician Advisory Committee, Overlake Hospital;
Bellevue, WA
1995-1996
Consulting Psychiatrist, Center for Continuing Rehabilitation, Good
Samaritan Hospital; Puyallup, WA
1994-1996
Inpatient Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrist, Good Samaritan Hospital;
Puyallup, WA
1994-1996
Outpatient Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist, Puyallup Valley
Institute; Puyallup, WA
1994
Adolescent Inpatient Psychiatry Consultant, Northwest Mental Health
Services; Renton, WA
1993-1994
Psychiatrist, Western State Hospital
6) HONORS
2013-2014
2012-2013
2009-2010
2008
UW Graduating Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Resident MD Teaching
Award
Honored by 2013 Graduating UW General Psychiatry Residents as a “Best
Supervisor”
Honored by 2010 Graduating UW General Psychiatry Residents as One of
Their Best Attendings/Supervisors
Family Integrated Transitions: From Policy to Practice to CostEffectiveness. Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child and
2003-2004
2002
Adolescent Psychiatry Institute: The Etiology of Antisocial Behavior: A
Developmental Perspective. Chicago, IL 10/31/08
*The Institute which this presentation was part of was one of the ten toprated sessions at the AACAP Annual Meeting.
University of Hawaii Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Residency
Training Program Outstanding Teacher
Elected Fellow of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry
7) BOARD CERTIFICATION
1994
Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, certificate
number 39285
1994
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and
Neurology, certificate number 3730
8) CURRENT LICENSES TO PRACTICE
1987-present Physician Washington State MD00026817
2000-present Physician Hawaii MD11151
9) PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP)
2010-present
Co-Chair Foster Care and Adoption Committee
2008-present
Member Foster Care and Adoption Committee
2008-present
Liaison to Juvenile Justice Reform Committee
1993-present
Member
Hawaii Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
2002-2004
President
2000-2004
Member
Washington State Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
2004-present
Member
1987-2000
Member
1996-1997
Secretary
1997-1998
President-Elect
1998-1999
President
1999-2000
Past-President
Washington State Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Advocacy Group: 501 (c) 4
lobbying group formed while WSCCAP President
1999-2000
President
10) TEACHING RESPONSIBLITIES
Didactics, Courses and Seminars
2010-present Psychology 543: Extreme and Complex Cases, UW Upper Campus
Graduate Level Multi-Disciplinary Quarter Course
2005-present Echo Glen Children’s Center University of Washington General and Child
Psychiatry Resident Year-Long Weekly Didactic
2002-2004
University of Hawaii Child Psychiatry Residency Didactic Coordinator
2002-2004
University of Hawaii General Psychiatry Child Psychiatry Seminar Series
Supervision
2012-present Off-Site Supervisor University of Washington Child Psychiatry Residency
2006-present Supervisor University of Washington Psychiatry Residency Family
Integrated Transitions Elective
2005-present Site Coordinator and Supervising Psychiatrist Echo Glen Children’s
Center—training site for UW General and Child Psychiatry Residents,
supervise 4-5 Residents each week
2001-2004
Supervising Child Psychiatrist University of Hawaii Psychiatry Residency
Program
Mentoring
2013-present Mark Demidovich, MD
2012-present Leo Cevallos, MD
2010-2011
Mark Everard, MD
Early Career Child Psychiatrist in PA JJ
Early Career Child Psychiatrist in Florida JJ
UW General Psychiatry Resident
Residency Program Director
2002-2004
Program Director Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Program,
John A. Burns School of Medicine University of Hawaii
2002-2004
Co-Program Director Child Combined Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Child
Psychiatry Residency Program, John A. Burns School of Medicine
University of Hawaii
2001-2002
Associate Program Director Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency
Program, John A. Burns School of Medicine University of Hawaii
2001-2002
Associate Program Director Child Combined Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Child
Psychiatry Residency Program, John A. Burns School of Medicine
University of Hawaii
11) EDITIORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Ad Hoc Reviewer: Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
12) SPECIAL NATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
2013
Mental Health Expert to Nebraska Juvenile Justice System
2011
Mental Health Expert to Florida Institutional Legal Services regarding
Conditions of Confinement
2006-2011
Mental Health Expert to State of California, Department of Juvenile
Justice on Conditions of Confinement and Mental Health Reform
2007-2008
Mental Health Expert to San Joaquin County California Juvenile Hall on
Mental Health Programming
2005-present Family Integrated Transitions (FIT) Consultant: Provide program and
psychiatric consultation for a clinical teams serving youth transitioning
from secure incarceration to their home community. Program currently
operating in Washington State, New York State, Connecticut and Cook
County/Illinois
2001-present American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Part II Oral Examiner
2014-present American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Maintenance of
Certification Committee Member
13) SPECIAL LOCAL RESPONSIBILITIES
2009-present Public Behavioral Health and Justice Policy Grand Rounds Coordinator
2009-2013
University of Washington Psychiatry Residency Community Leadership
Track Speaker Series Coordinator
14) RESEARCH FUNDING AND CONTRACTS
1) Co-Investigator: Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration Echo Glen Psychiatry (Eric
Trupin Principal Investigator). 7/1/09-6/30/14 Total Annual Cost: $350,048
2) Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration Family Integrated Transitions Training (Eric
Trupin Principal Investigator). 7/1/09-6/30/14, Total Annual cost: $149,578
3) Co-Investigator: New York Office of Children and Family Services Family Integrated
Transitions (Eric Trupin Principal Investigator). 8/30/12-10/31/13, Total Annual
Cost: $105,255
4) Co-Investigator: Connecticut FIT (Eric Trupin Principal Investigator). 11/1/106/30/14, Total Annual Cost: $161,421
5) Co-Investigator: King County Division of Youth Services (Eric Trupin Principal
Investigator). 1/1/11-12/31/13, Total Annual Cost: $267,088
6) Co-Investigator: DSHS EBPI (Eric Trupin Principal Investigator). 7/1/12-6/30/14,
Total Annual Cost: $185,000
15) BIBLIOGRAPHY
Manuscripts in Refereed Journals
1) Lee T, Cox J & Walker (2013). Child welfare training in child psychiatry residency:
A survey of training directors. Academic Psychiatry, 37:5, 308-312.
2) Lee T (2012). School-based interventions for disruptive behavior. Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry Clinics of North America, 21:1, 161-174.
3) Maddox SJ & Lee T (2011). An examination of bipolar disorder in children. Report
on Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Youth, 11:2, 40-45.
4) Thompson JN, Varley CK, McClellan J, Hilt R, Lee T, Kwan AC, Lee T & Trupin E
(2009). Second opinions improve ADHD prescribing in a Medicaid-insured
community population. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry, 48:7, 740-748.
5) Lee T & DeRobertis M (2006). Overview of the FIT treatment model. Focal Point:
Research, Policy and Practices in Children’s Mental Health, 20:17-19.
6) Henggeler SW, Sheidow AJ & Lee T (2006). Multisystemische Behandlung
Schwerwiegender Verhaltensprobleme bei Jugendlichen und Ihren Familien.
Verhaltenstherapie & Verhaltensmedizin, 27, 491-524.
7) Rowland MD, Halliday-Boykins CA, Henggeler SW, Cunningham PB, Lee TG,
Kruesi MJ & Shapiro S (2005). A randomized trial of multisystemic therapy with
Hawaii’s Felix class youths. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 13, 1323.
8) Guerrero APS, Hishinuma ES, Andrade NN, Bell CK, Kurahara DK, Lee TG, Turner
H, Yuen NYC, Andrus J & Stokes AJ (2003). Demographic and clinical
characteristics of adolesdents in Hawaii with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, 157: 665-670.
9) Henggeler SW & Lee TG (2002). What happens after the innovation is identified?
Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, V9 N2, 191-194.
Books Chapters
* 1) Lee TG & Kerns SEU (2013). Family Integrated Transitions: A Promising Program
for Reducing Recidivism in a Cost-Effective Manner. In C Thomas & K Pope (Eds.)
Origins of Antisocial Behavior. Oxford University Press.
2) Henggeler SW, Sheidow AJ & Lee T (2009). Multisystemic Therapy. In J Bray & M
Stanton (Eds), The Blackwell Handbook of Family Psychology. Oxford, England:
Blackwell.
3) Henggeler SW, Sheidow AJ & Lee T (2007). Multisystemic Treatment (MST) of
Serious Clinical Problems in Youths and Their Families. In DW Springer & AR
Roberts (Eds), Handbook of Forensic Social Work with Victims and Offenders:
Assessment, Treatment and Research. New York: Springer.
4) Henggeler SW & Lee TG (2003). Multisystemic Treatment of Serious Clinical
Problems. In AE Kazdin & JR Weisz (eds), Evidence-Based Psychotherapies for
Children and Adolescents. New York: Guilford Press.
Submitted Manuscripts
1) Lee T, Brown R & Fouras G. American Academy of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry. Practice parameter for working with youth Involved with the child
welfare system. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry.
16) PRESENTATIONS
Selected National Invitational Lectures
1) Innovative and Promising Psychosocial and Systemic Interventions in Child
Welfare and Foster Care. Clinical Perspectives. Annual Meeting of the American
Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinical Perspective. Orlando, FL
10/26/13
2) Maltreatment, Adoption, Foster Care, Custody and Divorce Article Review.
Lifelong Learning Institute. Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child
and Adolescent Psychiatry. 10/25/13
3) Evidence-Based Psychosocial Interventions in Juvenile Justice. Special Program:
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists in Juvenile Justice: From Individual Care to
System Approaches. Annual Meeting of American Academy of Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry Orlando, FL 10/21/2013
4) Member Forum Presentation: Practice Parameter for Working with Youth
Involved with the Child Welfare System. Annual Meeting of the American
Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. San Francisco, CA 10/25/12
5) Child Welfare Training During Child Psychiatry Residency: A Survey of Program
Directors. Annual Meeting of American Academy of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry Poster Session. San Francisco, CA 10/24/12
6) Psychiatric Medications and Child Welfare. Casey Family Programs Training,
Seattle, teleconferenced to Phoenix, Oakland, Los Angeles, Boise, Austin, TX
and Yakima, WA 9/23/09
7) Family Integrated Transitions: From Policy to Practice to Cost-Effectiveness.
Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Institute: The Etiology of Antisocial Behavior: A Developmental Perspective.
Chicago, IL 10/31/08
*The Institute which this presentation was part of was one of the ten top-rated
sessions at the AACAP Annual Meeting.
8) Adapting Evidence-Based Practices: Family Integrated Transitions: A
Modification of Multisystemic Therapy. Annual Meeting of the Association for
the Advancement of Evidence Based Practice. Savannah, GA 9/25/08
9) Family Integrated Transitions: Reducing Juvenile Justice Recidivism in a CostEffective Manner. Research and Training Center for Children’s Mental Health
Annual Meeting. Tampa, FL 3/5/0
10) Family Integrated Transitions, Chair and Presenter. American Academy of Child
and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting Symposium. Toronto, Canada 10/05
11) Multisystemic Therapy in Hawaii. American Academy of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry Annual Meeting Clinical Practicum. Honolulu HI 10/01
12) Moving Evidence-Based Practices into Field Settings: Challenges and Strategies.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Annual Meeting
Symposium. Honolulu, HI 10/01
13) A Multisystemic Therapy Continuum of Care in Hawaii. Multisystemic Therapy
Annual Conference. Savannah, GA 10/00
Selected Regional Presentations (Last 3 Years Only)
1) Psychiatric Medications and Child Welfare: Children’s Justice Conference.
Spokane, WA 5/12/14
2) Multisystemic Therapy Overview. Seattle Children’s Hospital PsychiatryPsychology Trainee Didactic. Seattle, WA 3/12/14
3) Psychiatric Medications. Friends of Youth Staff Training. Renton, WA 11/6/13
4) Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Update. Washington State Evidence
Based Practice Institute Lecture Series. Seattle, WA 10/10/13
5) Next Steps in Foster Care and Psychiatric Medications. A Forum on Child
Welfare and the Congressional Caucus on Foster Youth Seattle Listening Tour.
Seattle, WA 5/29/13
6) Evidence-Based Psychopharmacology. FIT Coaches Training. Plainville, CT
2/21/13
7) Psychiatric Medications and Child Welfare. King County Court Appointed
Special Advocates Training. Kent, WA 2/15/13
8) Adolescent Brain Development. Washington State House of Representatives
Public Safety Committee hearing on Juvenile Life Sentence Without Parole and
HB 1338
9) Adolescent Brain Development. Washington State Senate Law and Justice
Committee hearing on Juvenile Life Sentence Without Parole and SB 5064.
Olympia, WA 1/24/13
10) Evidence-Based Psychopharmacology. FIT Coaches Training. Chicago, IL
11/14/12
11) Evidence-Based Psychopharmacology. CBT+ Supervisors’ Training. Seattle, WA
9/6/12
12) REACH Pediatric Psychopharmacology Training for Primary Care Providers.
Bellevue, WA 5/18/12-5/20/12
13) Psychiatric Medications and Child Welfare. Children’s Justice Conference.
Seattle, WA 5/14/12
14) Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: What Do We Know? Evidence Based
Practice Lecture Series. Seattle, WA 2/9/12
15) Psychiatric Medications and Child Welfare. Washington State Court Appointed
Special Advocate Annual Conference. Spokane, WA 10/9/11
16) Psychiatric Medications and Child Welfare. King County Court Appointed
Special Advocates Training. Seattle, WA 10/23/11
17) Psychiatric Medications and Child Welfare. Washington State Child Welfare
Coalition. Seattle, WA 8/5/11
18) Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: What Do We Know? Washington State Evidence
Based Practice Lecture Series. Seattle, WA 4/7/11
19) Evidence-Based Psychopharmacology. FIT Coaches Training. New York, NY
3/24/11
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CURRICULUM VITAE Terry Git Lee, MD