Dori Lewis

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Dori Lewis

Dori Lewis

Licensed Professional Counselor (MA, M.Ed., LPC)

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Dori feels privileged in her position as a counselor: She feels it’s an honor to listen to people as they tell their story and ask for help. This takes genuine courage. Recognizing this, Dori takes a warm and authentic position as a counselor, and aims to provide clients with a safe space to be who they are without judgment. She offers a deep sense of compassion.

Dori believes, at the core level, each and every one of us is in the process of healing, no matter what that healing looks like or what they are healing from, we are all in this process.

Working with Dori, you will be immediately aware of her genuineness, as she is truly herself when sitting with you. It is not uncommon to hear laughter from her office at times as she brings all aspects of natural herself into the counseling room, including her keen sense of humor.

Dori’s therapeutic process emerged from her extensive experience working with clients, and she’s skilled at helping people experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual issues, parenting needs, and more. Dori has extensive knowledge of PTSD, sexual abuse dynamics and interventions, and teaching parenting skills courses geared toward parenting children with behavioral needs.

Education and Work Experience

Dori earned her dual maters degree from Columbia University in New York with a Master of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Education in Counseling. She previously earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Muhlenberg College. Additionally, she was invited to become a member of the Psi Chi International Honor Society during her graduate studies at Columbia.

Dori is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Colorado and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of New York.

While attending Columbia University, Dori was provided the opportunity to focus her graduate studies on gender and sexuality coursework. She is currently a member of AASECT (American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists), and has strong understanding of human sexuality.

Lastly, Dori has both research and clinical experience with existential psychology. Her undergraduate research was geared toward understanding humans’ fear of death and how this fear expresses itself behaviorally. Through her own personal work, as well as work with previous clients, Dori has developed an understanding on how to engage in meaningful conversation about the bigger life questions as they relate to human existence.