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Mindfulness and Stress Reduction

  • Coro East 167 Point St Providence RI (map)


This group will focus on cognitive behavioral principles and the cultivation of mindfulness skills to improve emotion regulation and enhance quality of life for young adults.

Please note this group is only for college or graduate students,


Young Adult Behavioral Health Program
Coro East, 167 Point Street, Suite 161
Providence, RI


Thursdays 4:00pm - 5:00pm


In-network insurances (standard copay applies):

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Brown University Student Health Insurance (Consolidated Health)
  • Cigna
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Neighborhood Health
  • PHCS / Multiplan
  • Tricare
  • Tufts
  • United Health

Group Therapist

Johnny Lee, PhD - Dr. Johnny Lee completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology at Suffolk University, a fellowship at Northwestern University, and a pre-doctoral internship at the Veterans Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System. Prior to joining Rhode Island Hospital's Young Adult Behavioral Health Program where he is currently a staff psychologist, Dr. Lee worked as a researcher at the National Center for PTSD, and as a pediatric neuropsychologist at Brown University's School of Engineering. 

Dr. Lee has a deep interest in meditation and mindfulness work, and completed his PhD dissertation on related research. He is also interested in therapy practices in Asian American culture, and offers a culturally sensitive approach to therapy sessions. He sees mostly young adults, and has expertise in adjustment, anxiety, depression, personal exploration, relationships, and trauma.

Justin Martino-Harms, PsyD - Dr. Justin Martino-Harms specializes in anxiety, depression, family issues, LGBTQ+ topics, gender orientation, life transitions, substance abuse, and transgender identities. His therapeutic approach incorporates aspects of acceptance commitment therapy, interpersonal therapy, and multicultural therapy. He is part of the Young Adult Behavioral Health Program at Rhode Island Hospital.

Dr. Martino-Harms received his degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2013, and has since worked at several universities and hospitals in the community.