Natalie Lewis received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Bloomfield College. She holds three Master’s degrees: an M.S. in Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University, an M.A. in General Psychology from Northcentral University, and an M.S. in General Psychology with an emphasis in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Grand Canyon University.
Natalie grew up in the U.S. Virgin Islands on the island of St. Croix. She is the youngest of nine children. Her youth was filled with activities in the social services field, such as afterschool programs and positive peer groups.
She has found that life continues to get more and more complicated and that people are in need of more of a healthy balance in their work and personal lives. She is available to listen and to assist her clients with their issues and problems. She wants to share ideas and coping strategies to help resolve what they are going through. In addition to cognitive behavioral therapy, she implements solution-focused therapy into her therapeutic approach.
Natalie was drawn to the field by the desire to help people work through problems that are holding them back from being the best version of themselves. She considers herself a flexible person, who is open to doing things in ways that are outside of the box. She is also a problem solver.
When she isn’t working, Natalie loves to read and learn about new things. She likes to binge watch television shows, movies, and documentaries.
Ms. Lewis received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Bloomfield College
Nova Southeastern University
Ms. Lewis holds an M.S. in Family Therapy from Nova Southeastern University
Ms. Lewis holds an M.A. in General Psychology from Northcentral University
Grand Canyon University
Ms. Lewis holds an M.S. in General Psychology with an emphasis in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Grand Canyon University
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