Jill Lewis is a MA and LCSW who provides individual, group, and family therapy for people struggling with anorexia, bulimia and compulsive overeating/obesity. She also works with individuals who suffer from depression, addiction, anxiety, and relationship issues. She received her bachelors degree in education from the University of Georgia. She received a masters of the arts from New York University as well as a masters degree in social casework from Yeshiva University. Jill Lewis worked in the field for the last six years. She served as a primary therapist at the Renfrew Center of New York as well as the Intensive Outpatient Team Leader for four years. She helped start a second intensive outpatient program at the Renfrew center of New York. She consulted with Balance Eating Disorder facility, where she ran the bi-monthly family group. She currently maintains a private practice in Manhattan, New York.
Throughout her career, Jill has specialized in working with adolescents and children. Jill was the director of the Traveling Teen Camp with the 92nd Street Y. Jill has worked in various schools providing group and individual therapy surrounding body image and female struggles.