Rochelle Lee-McNulty, PsyD

Licensed Psychologist, PSY20664

It’s not uncommon to feel blue or down from time to time. Nor is it to periodically feel anxious or on edge. But if how you’re feeling becomes too much to bear or begins to affect you at home, school, work, or in your relationships, please know that you don’t have to go it alone. I work with generationally and culturally diverse adult clients who are experiencing emotional difficulties that, in various ways, negatively impact their self-efficacy and overall well-being. My clients tend to be interested in personalized, targeted, and evidence-based treatment in which therapeutic gains can be both measured and sustained. They also include adults who are pursuing psychological testing services for the purpose of differential diagnosis and treatment recommendations.

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Individual Therapy, Psychological Testing

  • Anxiety & Social Anxiety
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Depression
  • Grief/Loss
  • Health Psychology
  • Life Transitions
  • Relationship Issues
  • Panic Attacks
  • Stress, Work Stress
  • Trauma

Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, University of La Verne

B.S. in Psychology/Fine Arts, Ohio University


50-minute sessions are available through Teletherapy.

All appointments must be scheduled in advance.



My approach

As a clinical psychologist who specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), I use a compassionate and collaborative approach with clients to develop individualized treatment plans based on their unique needs. Specifically, I work with clients to explore their patterns of beliefs, emotions, and related actions in response to current challenging situations in their lives. CBT is structured, goal-oriented, and present-focused and entails understanding how these different aspects of the human experience are interconnected. It also aims to support clients in mastering beneficial skills that, over time, change unhelpful perceptions and behaviors. These new tools can be useful in managing both intense emotions as well as everyday stressors and can be generalized across different situations. My objective is to help you improve how you’re feeling now, and to ultimately help you to stay feeling better so that you can thrive in the roles and relationships that are meaningful to you.

Why I love this work

I consider this work a privilege and find it rewarding when clients begin to benefit from the shared techniques that I routinely use in my own life. I also value connecting with clients on a meaningful level and being able to join them on their paths to greater wellness.

What I want for you

I want my clients to feel a sense of hopefulness about the therapeutic process from the very first session. It’s vital that clients feel safe, respected, and understood, given that they are opening themselves up to oftentimes difficult discussions. By the end of treatment, I would like for my clients to feel empowered and better prepared to handle life’s curveballs and hardships.

My specialties, background, and personal interests

In addition to cognitive-behavioral therapy, I specialize in psychological testing and assessment. I completed my predoctoral internship at the City of Hope National Medical Center where I provided neuropsychological testing services and individual, family, and group psychotherapy for the medically compromised adult and pediatric populations. Subsequently, I completed a postdoctoral fellowship in psychological testing at Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services where I worked with children, adolescents, and families of diverse backgrounds. While I’ve previously worked in a university mental health center and group practice, and have a penchant for working directly with clients, I have also served in supervisory, clinical directorship, and administrative roles in community mental health and county settings.

On a personal note, I’m originally from Cleveland, Ohio, and have been on the west coast (San Francisco and Los Angeles) for over twenty years. On weekends, I enjoy pursuits of an art, music, and nature variety and am typically spending time outdoors with my spouse, two children, and pup.


American Psychological Association (APA)

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