"At any given moment, you have the power to say: this is not how the story is going to end."
- Christine Mason Miller
J Lewis Therapy offers individual, family and couples therapy.
J Lewis therapy matches therapist with patient to find the best fit. All therapists work with each person or family unit on an individual basis to provide the best care.
Jill Lewis is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist Supervisor and offers supervision to those in the field of eating disorders, building new practices, or to those who want general guidance on their growing practices. Jill works from a psychodynamic and relational model.
J Lewis therapy offers interpersonal process groups for those recovering from eating disorders, as well as workshops on how to build a successful practice.
How To Build a Successful Private Practice
Ever wanted to know the ins and outs of how to have a successful private practice? Well, I am here to share them with you. It is exciting and scary to transition from a center into the world of Private Practice. I have created a workshop for you to discuss all the intricate details and nuances that it takes to help make the best decision and choices for you. It will help you to build up slowly and steadily into becoming a great success.
Jill Lewis, MA, LCSW
Jill Lewis is a MA, LCSW, Certified Eating Disorder Specialist, and certified group psychotherapist who provides individual, group, couples, and family therapy for people struggling with anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive overeating. She also provides supervision to clinicians in the field of eating disorders. She also works with individuals who suffer from depression, borderline personality disorder, anxiety, and relationship issues. She received her Bachelors degree in education from the University of Georgia.
Hear what our WORKSHOP ATTENDEES SAY
Press & MEdia
Jill Lewis has been quoted in the media for her experience and expertise on eating disorders, body image and family dynamics.
Emily Madris, LMHC
Emily Madris is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York specializing in treating life transitions, eating disorders, relationship struggles, interpersonal relationships, anxiety, depression, and gender issues. Motivated by her strong desire to understand these challenges and support her clients in their progress, Emily focuses on a psychodynamic and relational approach to therapy incorporating principles of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), mindfulness and integrative approaches, emphasizing the importance of the effects our thoughts and feelings have on our present behaviors.
I was surprised by how intimate and personal this workshop was.
The content was based on our individual needs, which Jill sought out before and during the workshop. She was enthusiastic and motivational and I left feeling confident in the resources and knowledge I gained. I also felt very welcome to reach out to her and my follow participants as my career evolves.
- Workshop Attendee
I was anxious about beginning my private practice, and came to Jill's workshop with lots of questions about how to get started.
Her style is engaging, warm, and direct, and she provides many great resources which have already been useful for me in my work. I recommend her workshop to anyone looking to start or grow their practice."
- Workshop Attendee
Sirius Satellite Ra dio
Special guest of Taylor and Kenny on the Sirius XM morning show, Sirius XM's "Wake Up with Taylor", March 26th, 2014. Jill Lewis was invited on to discuss healthy body image and finally putting to rest the myths that we've heard from generation to generation about what is beautiful, healthy, and strong.
The New York Times
This New York Times article from June, 2014 delves into the decision of one summer camp to institute a "No Body Talk" rule, and its impact on the youths who attend.
Siriusxm Satellite Radio
Special guest of Taylor and Kenny on the Sirius XM morning show, Sirius XM's "Wake Up with Taylor", April 9th, 2014. Jill Lewis was brought on to share her expert opinion on media and body image, and challenge current conceptions within the context of what is healthy.
New group starting April 29th for 8 weeks. Come connect with other women who are highly sensitive and want to work on building their relationship skills. Details in the flyer below.