OCD and Anxiety
Soo Lee-Samuel, MD, MA, is a board-certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist at Rogers–Chicago who works with patients from the FOCUS program, partial hospitalization program for eating disorders, and intensive outpatient program.
Dr. Lee-Samuel has served as a director of psychiatric services for Illinois Department of Child and Family Services where she created mental health programs dedicated to improving access to psychiatric services for wards of the state. She has had privileges at Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital, Provena Mercy, and Chicago Lakeshore Hospital, where she served as a clinical director. Most recently Dr. Lee-Samuel was the medical director of Timberline Knolls and was actively involved in direct patient care as well as administrative duties.
Dr. Lee-Samuel attended Wellesley College and earned her medical degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and trained in the triple-board program at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, which is a combination pediatrics, adult psychiatric, and child/adolescent psychiatry program.
She was subsequently selected to be a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the University of Chicago where she earned a Master’s degree in Public Policy and researched access to psychiatric services in the state of Illinois. Her interests include children and adolescents with anxiety and autism, and adolescents and adults with co-occuring trauma, anxiety, mood, and eating issues.