Dr. Stephen Lee is a Doctor of Behavioral Health and a licensed physician associate. He has taught behavioral medicine at various graduate programs including Springfield College, Bay Path University, Quinnipiac University, Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies, and Westfield State University. Dr. Lee has over 25 years of experience in medicine including over a decade in military medicine practicing as a Navy Corpsman and an Army Battalion Medical Officer for a mountain infantry unit. He was the lead practitioner of a behavioral health practice, Synergistic Health Services, in Wethersfield, Connecticut which provided psychotherapy and medication management services. He also served as a primary consultant that integrated behavioral health into two large primary care offices for Hartford Healthcare. In 2018, he represented the United States in finding an innovative addiction care model which was showcased at a forum for the International Federation of Green Crescents, a non-profit coalition of 52 countries to address addiction treatment around the world. He serves as the Chair of Green Crescent USA, a non-profit organization, which sponsors, supports, designs, and implements programs in the United States that promote effective treatment modalities to serve those who suffer from addiction and other related behavioral health disorders.