My Approach to Helping
Hello! I'm Karen Lewis, Licensed Clinical Social Worker with extensive experience and training. I am ready to expertly guide you to transform and empower yourself as the parent of a child with special needs! Has there been a time when you feel heartbroken because your child has been excluded? Do you ever feel overwhelmed with the never ending responsibilities your child presents? Are there days when you dread facing the world, that you just don't want to get out of bed? Do you feel your life is a series of red traffic lights that hold you back because your child is constantly being judged? Is your mantra "I just can't do this anymore?"
More Info About My Practice
My expertise will help you navigate your daily challenges as a special needs parent. If you have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, ADD, Asperger's Syndrome, Juvenile Diabetes, Downs Syndrome, Learning Disabilities, Pandas, Anxiety, or any other special need, we can work together to make life easier for you.
If you sometimes feel like you are on an emotional roller coaster and you have no time to address your own feelings, then I am the therapist for you. I can offer you the opportunity to feel fulfilled, renewed, and experience the transformation you deserve. Call me today!
Insurance reimbursable for all plans.
I provide out of network therapy for most insurance companies
I am an in-network provider for Medicare.
Cash, check, health savings card or credit card are all accepted forms of payment.
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
Most people question whether they really need to go to therapy or is therapy really for them? Talk therapy allows you to share whatever is on your mind, and does not only address the symptoms of whatever problem you may be experiencing, but helps to address the underlying causes. It helps you to get a better understanding of who you are as a person, as well as other people in your life, be it personal or professional. The process, over a period of time, is beneficial and provides you with the ability to improve yourself and heal in the long term.
You deserve to be good to yourself, and you deserve to be happy. If you don't want to engage in therapy now, what will be different in 6 months time?