Hello, my name is Ken Lewis. I am a Licensed Mental Health Consoler (LMHC) Serving individuals in the Marysville, Everett and North Seattle area. My experience is with adults suffering from mood and anxiety disorders, substance abuse problems, anger management concerns, and traumatic life experiences.
I moved from Arizona to Washington in 2005, enjoying the multitude of personalities and beautiful landscapes in the Puget Sound, I have never looked back. While raising a beautiful child I began to further my education earning a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Ashford University in 2012 and a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University in 2015. As a multiculturally-oriented practitioner, I enjoy working with individuals from all walks of life, focusing on serving individuals from various backgrounds, in the Puget Sound area. I have been drawn to this profession by my considerate, nondiscriminatory, respectful nature and desire to help others.
My areas of expertise are mood and anxiety disorders, substance abuse problems, anger management concerns, and traumatic life experiences. I have work in both inpatient and outpatient mental health environments, supporting a wide range of clients suffering from mild to severe problems.
My goal is to provide support and counseling to help clients effectively address personal life challenges in order to create a supportive alliance that leads to fostering both resilience and discovery of new possibilities. I am committed to assisting each individual build on their existing strengths to live their best possible life. I provide a safe, compassionate, and nonjudgmental environment where you are the expert in your ever-changing world. I meet people where they are at and create dynamic relationships built on transparency, collaboration, and trust. Taking a non-judgmental approach, tailoring therapy and support to the individuals needs together we will explore your problems. By addressing your needs and problems together we will create and build your better future. I use an integrative approach, treating each client as a unique individual, utilizing a variety of evidenced-based therapeutic practices based on what my client needs.