Summary

A marriage and family therapist working with couples and individuals, Sharon Lewis has a background in advocacy and counseling for abused and battered women, as well as counseling for individuals who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction. Experienced in crisis intervention, Lewis has facilitated groups for battered women and the children of alcoholics. She has had extensive training in object-relations theory and worked with attachment wounding based on the work of Bowlby, Winnicot, and Sue Johnson. In addition, she has completed an externship on emotionally focused therapy and works with couples on deepening their relationship. Sharon Lewis’s clients benefit from her 25 years of comprehensive experience in a range of mental health settings. Sharon Lewis holds a Master's in Counseling from the University of San Francisco, with an emphasis in marital and family therapy. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Religious Studies from California State University, Chico. She supports Enloe Medical Center, a nonprofit medical center in Chico, California, through her work with the Enloe Foundation. Additionally, she belongs to a number of environmental organizations. In her free time, Lewis is an avid gardener who also enjoys reading, cooking, and cycling.

Work History

Work History
Jan 1992 - Present

Marriage, Family, Therapist

Self Employed

Education

Education
Oct 1986 - Aug 1988

MA

University of San Francisco