Dr. Jennifer Lewis
Jennifer Lewis the Director of Prevention and Wellness at the Southwest Center for HIV/ AIDS. She oversees HIV prevention for women, men and youth, and wellness which includes medical nutrition, behavioral health and complementary and alternative medicine. She is also the owner of Mosaic Psychotherapy, LLC, a psychotherapy practice that provides consulting and counseling services to individuals and families.
Prior to arriving in Phoenix in 2002, Dr. Lewis was the Director of Mental Health at Callen-Lorde Community Health Center in New York City. In addition to providing direct care, she supervised staff and interns, collaborated in the preparation of governmental proposals, monitored contract deliverables and budgets. She also participated in research projects conducted by Penn State University and the University of Wisconsin on HIV related issues.
She is currently a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University (ASU) where she has taught courses on Gender and Sexuality, Severe Mental Illness, Advanced Clinical Practice with Individuals, Communities and Groups, and Human Behavior. She has presented at numerous workshops and seminars in Phoenix and New York.
Lewis holds her Master's Degree in Social Work from Boston University and her Doctorate Degree in Social Work from New York University. She completed her doctoral and master's clinical training at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center Department of Psychiatry in New York City, the Sydney Borum Jr. Health Center in Boston Massachusetts, and Worcester State Psychiatric Hospital in Worcester Massachusetts.