Allen-Michael Lewis, LMFT, AS

Associate Director of Clinical Internships
Staff Therapist
(215) 382-6680 ext. 4206
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CFR has 10 offices in the greater Philadelphia area located in Blue Bell, Bryn Mawr, Oxford Valley, Paoli, University City & Center City Philadelphia, and Wynnewood, PA and in Lawrenceville and Voorhees, NJ; We offer online therapy throughout PA & NJ. View all locations

Online TherapyPhiladelphia, PA - Center City

Our staff specializes in over 45 areas. View our Therapist & Psychiatrist Directory

Adoption, Diversity Issues and Intermarriage, LGBTQ+ Affirming, Life Transitions, Men's Issues, Self-Discovery/Self-Analysis, Sexual Abuse, Veterans, Active Military, and Their Families, Work/Life Balance

Allen-Michael Lewis, LMFT, AS is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Pennsylvania & Delaware working with his clients toward the change they would like to see in themselves, their relationships, and their families. Allen received his Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with a focus on Marriage & Family Therapy from Chestnut Hill College and is an Approved Supervisor through the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy. Allen works with his clients to see patterns of negative interaction with the systems in which they function, understand what is in their control to change and how to forge new ways of interacting with these systems that will yield better results. Allen’s goal is to empower families, support partners to build healthy communication patterns and techniques, and empower his clients toward change. Allen has experience working with clients from a variety of backgrounds and his approach is systemic, trauma-informed, culturally aware, and collaborative.

Fee: $$-$$$

Allen encourages people considering therapy to reach out to discuss fees if there are any questions about this range. More information about fees can be found here

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