Carly Lewis, Ed.S., NCSP

Director of School Partnerships

My Why

Being immersed within the schools has allowed me to recognize what a large impact internalizing disorders such as anxiety and depression has on our youth. I’ve had a front row seat in watching children’s’ academic, emotional, and social well being suffer due to these symptoms. But what’s even more significant, is the tremendous impact that family and school support have on our youth. I love seeing the large victories from this circle of support and evidenced based treatments combined. My why is because our youth are counting on us to provide them with the coping tools they may not know exist. It’s because you matter!

Carly is a nationally certified school psychologist with over eight years of experience. Carly graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Child Studies minor. She continued her education there earning her Specialist of Education degree and was recognized as the Outstanding Graduate Student for her cohort. Carly has worked with students aged PreK to Highschool. She has worked in 6 school districts both in person and remotely, from the midwest to the East coast. Carly has also spent time in Head Start classrooms, training teachers on social emotional learning and intervention. Carly’s published research has focused on social emotional needs in young children and the comparison of popular assessment measures. Carly is trained in the administration of a wide range of standardized assessments, trauma based cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy. Further, Carly is well versed in school-based intervention and crisis management.

In her free time, she enjoys making memories with her husband and two children (2 years and 2 months). Carly loves to travel and visit the nearby Carolina beaches!

Now Seeing Patients Ages 12-25

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