Frequently Asked Questions

Learn more about our practice, what we offer, and our policies.

First and foremost, we help people in pain who are lost and suffering. We will help you get to the root of your pain, instead of just addressing the behaviors stemming from it.

Our therapists specialize in eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, orthorexia, and those with toxic relationships to food and their bodies. We also work with grief and loss, including parents, children, and spouses, as well as maternal mental health concerns like infertility, traumatic births, and miscarriage.

View all of our specialties here.

We believe that therapy is a long-term, relational commitment between an individual, couple, or family and the therapist. The length varies by client, but we always prioritize a longer period of time so we can get to the root of the concern instead of putting a band-aid on it. You do not have to see us forever, but we do ask that you commit to your treatment.

We don’t believe that there is one “right” body type. Every therapist approaches body individuality through a weight-inclusive-based approach. You will not be shamed. Instead, we work to get to the root of your struggles and grow from there.

We are an affirming practice where you can be yourself in a compassionate environment. Wherever you are in gender or sexuality, we are here to create a caring, open, and relational space for you. We come from a place with cultural humility, constantly striving to learn and understand more.

We are meeting over Zoom until the Atlanta-area can resume in-person events per the CDC. This applies to both individual and group sessions.

The licensure varies by therapist, but we offer sessions with LCSW, LMSW, and LMHC therapists. We also oversee interns who are in the process of getting their license. Get to know our therapists here.

Telehealth is Available!

Do not emotionally distance while you are physically distancing. J Lewis Therapy is here to help.