889 Broadview Avenue, Toronto, ON, M4K 2P9  (647) 348-5140

Lê-Anh Dinh-Williams, MA, MSc
Ph.D. Candidate - Clinical Psychology

Lê-Anh Dinh-Williams is currently completing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at University of Toronto in Scarborough (UTSC) under the supervision of Dr. Zindel Segal, a pioneer in the field of mental health treatment and mindfulness practices.

Lê-Anh holds a Master’s degree in Psychiatric Research at the University of Montreal, as well as a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology at UTSC wherein she researched how mindfulness and wellbeing interventions can transform the brain and help treat depression and substance use issues. She has a long-term interest in researching how to help promote positive emotions in patients living with chronically low mood.

Prior to joining Broadview, Lê-Anh worked at the Work, Stress, Health Program at CAMH, wherein she conducted diagnostic assessments and provided treatment to young adults and adults living with severe mental health challenges, including chronic pain and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. She worked at the Health and Wellness Center at UTSC providing psychological assessments and therapy to young adults reporting difficulties with anxiety and mood-related issues. She also worked in an inpatient and outpatient treatment setting at the Clinique du Nouveau-Depart, in Montreal, Canada, providing assessments and supportive care to individuals living with substance use issues. Overall, she has experience working with young adults and adults with a range of mental health concerns, including mood, anxiety, substance abuse, chronic pain, and trauma. Lê-Anh has received training in evidence-based treatment, including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), to help address a wide range of symptoms and improve overall wellbeing.

Outside of work, Lê-Anh is an avid traveller and yoga practitioner. She also enjoys hiking, making jewelry and spending time with friends and family.