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.
Ed.S, M.A., LPC, NCC
Area of Expertise:
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
Articles By Earl Lewis
Posted on June 1st, 2016
Full integration of treatment in regards to substance abuse and family therapy is still such a rare model. Treatment is separated as if they are isolated needs, where the treatment of the family is not needed in the assistance of the treatment of the user. Part of the problem is the belief in family therapy […]