Individual, couple and family therapy in English

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Individual, couple and family therapy in English

Experienced and successful Australian psychologist

Very experienced and successful Australian psychologist, registered in Israel as a Couple and Family Therapist, is now offering individual and family counseling in English, in Jerusalem or via Zoom, Facetime or Skype. For details see www.susanlewis.com.au

For Individuals and Families:

I am well qualified by my education, training and experience to meet the needs of clients seeking help with:


For Organizations:

I provide training, consultation and departmental reviews to government and non-government organizations. Please contact me via email.


About Me:

I came to Psychology via Social Work. I have worked as a clinician since my twenties and therefore I bring to my practice considerable life experience and a wealth of professional knowledge. I have maintained a passionate interest in my work and I am fortunate to be able to balance an active life raising a family as well as working with a range of organisations, and individuals and couples of all ages. In addition I work with groups, teach, train and continuously keep up my own learning.

Qualifications

Ph.D. Latrobe University (1991)

M.S.W. Latrobe University (1982)

Dip. Social Studies University of Melbourne (1971)

B.A.(Psych) Melbourne University (1972)

Memberships and Associations

  • Israel Association of Couple and Family Therapy
  • The Australian Psychological Society
  • Israel Association of Social Work


Publications

  • Pre-Conditions for Role Conflict in Social Work Supervision, Unpublished Masters Thesis, 1982. Latrobe University.
  • “Supervision” Australian Association of Marriage and Family Counsellors Newsletter (17), May, 1983.
  • “Theoretical Integration as a Basis for Social Work in a Marriage Counselling Setting”, Australian Social Work, March, 1989.
  • “The Role of Self Awareness in Social Work Supervision”, Australian Social Work, June, 1987.
  • The Parenting Puzzle, (with Ramon Lewis). Hawthorn ACER, 1989.
  • Successful and Failed Remarried Families. Unpublished doctoral thesis, 1991, Latrobe University.
  • Production of a video entitled Professional Supervision Training. Video Resource Guide in conjunction with Dorothy Scott and members of the supervision standing committee.
  • Educational and Organizational Contexts of Professional Supervision in the 1990’s. Australian Social Work. September 1998.
  • The Meeting of Meanings. Psychotherapy in Australia. November 1999.
  • Surprising findings on Mental Health following Corvid 19. Article Published in Jerusalem Post May 2020.

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Clients Satisfaction

C
caring and experienced psychotherapist
4 years ago

Sue is a caring and experienced psychotherapist and came highly recommended. She has had a significant impact on the changes I have been able to make in my life.

B
We benefited greatly
4 years ago

My husband and I saw Sue for couple counseling and we found her to be professional, direct, open and engaging. She is very experienced and this was important to us. We benefited greatly from seeing her.

A
very experienced
4 years ago

The first thing I found in doing therapy with Sue is that she is very experienced and within a very short time I felt that she had understood the complexity of my issues. I particularly liked the fact that she shared her professional thinking, explaining how she worked or why she asked certain questions. I felt that I was in a caring, respectful and challenging space.