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Earl Lewis Ed.S, M.A., LPC, NCC is a Licensed Professional Counselor(LPC-NJ) and National Certified Counselor (NCC) with over 10 years of experience providing mental/behavioral health services to adults & adolescents. I am have extensive experience working with people struggling with substance abuse in both community and college settings. I am currently a supervisor and coordinator a co-occurring methadone clinic in Trenton, NJ. I also am a crisis line supervisor for people struggling in immediate crisis. In addition, I currently work in private practice (Mending Hearts Family Counseling in Florence NJ where I do couple/family & substance abuse therapy. I am a former SMART Recovery Facilitator where I facilitated groups for people struggling with addiction. Previous positions include Mental Health Therapist for an adult and adolescent day program, in-home behavioral therapist, in-home parent coach, couple & family therapist at a university clinic, & residential assistant for clients diagnosed with developmental disabilities.
Earl earned his Post-Masters degree (Ed.S) in Couple/Marriage & Family Therapy from The College Of New Jersey, a Masters degree (M.A.) in Counseling with a specialization in clinical/mental health from New Jersey City University, and a Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in Psychology from New Jersey City University.
Family Therapy & Substance Abuse, Family Dynamics, Distant Couples, Frustrated Adolescents, Assessment and Treatment of addictive disorder, brief interventions, crisis intervention
Urban Mental Health Alliance
Ed.S Couple & Family Therapy
New Jersey State Licensed Professional Counselor(LPC) #37PC00540700
National Certified Counselor (NCC) #320691
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