Lee Copenhagen, MSW, LCSW, CM/F, is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice specializing in the treatment of complex trauma and PTSD. He is a nationally certified restorative justice trainer and practitioner who has conducted trainings in victim offender mediation dialogues, circle keeping, delinquency prevention, and restorative justice. Lee has been working in communities for over thirty years in many different roles including juvenile investigator, youth probation, officer, youth gang researcher, teacher, lecturer, mediator, school counselor, psychiatric social worker, family therapist, and foster parent. Lee was an early Project Settle mediator and has trained local mediators in victim sensitive practice.
Lee’s mediation practice for CMC focuses on victims’/survivors’ needs as they work through the trauma of violent crime. Lee is available to facilitate face-to-face meetings between victims and offenders, but only when requested by the victim, or referrals from Youth Probation. Lee, as a certificated school social worker, is also available for more complex divorce and family mediations with children with special needs.
For more information, please see his webpage at www.cojustice.org.