Sandy is part of a diverse multicultural family. She has raised six children and currently enjoys eleven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. In 2018, after 20 years of service, Sandy retired as Director of Counseling for the Domestic Violence Center of Chester County (DVCCC). Previously she served as Program Director for Drug & Alcohol Outpatients at Riverside Care, Inc. She also served as Program Director at Women's Association for Women's Alternatives and was the founder of Gateway Emergency Shelter, the first in Chester County. Sandy was also the founder of the National organization, Bridge of Hope. Drawing on her diverse experience, Sandy looks forward to working with individuals and families in need of support and encouragement.

Mental Health Counselor

Sandy Lewis, MHS

  • Graduate & Undergraduate Field Instructor for Eastern University, West Chester University, University of Delaware, University of Pennsylvania, Immaculata University, Lincoln University, Valley Forge University, Newman University, Virginia Tech, Gwynedd-Mercy & Hahnemann at Drexel University

  • Prejudice Reduction - Advanced National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) trainer

  • Mental Health Certification (2016)

  • Family Development Certification (FDC) (2013)

  • Crisis Certified

  • Group Exercise Certified

Credentials:
  • Relationships

  • Life Transitions

  • Parenting

  • Marriage

  • Addictions

  • Faith-Based

  • Leadership Coaching

  • Executive Coaching

  • Domestic Violence

  • Crisis

  • Women

  • Seniors

  • Blended Families

  • Couples

  • Victims of Human Trafficking

Specialties:
Sandy Lewis, MHS

Telehealth

Master of Human Services (MHS) (1998)

  • Phi Gamma Mu National Honor Society of Social Workers

  • Central-Eastern Conference United Methodist Church Domestic Violence Concerns

  • Order of the Eastern Star Fraternal Chapter 249