About Family Ministry Counseling
The Family Ministry Counseling & Psychotherapy Service was organized in Denver, CO, in 1999. It is the welcoming, section 50l (c) (3) charitable and educational, faith-based psychotherapy practice of Rev Dr. Thomas J. Lewis. The office is located at 700 E. Jefferson St. Suite 250, Phoenix, AZ 85034.
The Family Ministry Counseling exemplifies the American propensity to advocate for justice and peace through the practice of compassionate care. This service seeks to strengthen individuals, couples, and families through an incarnate ministry.
- A set of core values directs the Family Ministry in the pursuit of its objectives and goals:
- Integrity: Remaining authentic through moral standards and ethical decision-making.
- Integration: Linking mind, body, spirit, and relationships into treatment of persons.
- Professionalism: Excellent in practice, accountability, embracing quality collaboration.
- Family: Strengthen their ability to rebound from crises and persistence challenges.
- Faith: Belief and action, keeping the charge to glorify God.
Whoever you are, wherever you are on your life journey toward wholeness you are welcome at the Family Ministry Counseling and Psychotherapy Service. The counseling doors are open to God’s children of different cultures, races, genders, ages, sexual orientations, abilities, economic situations, and theological traditions.
Behavioral Health / Mental Health / Relational Health Therapy
Marriage and Family Therapy
Anxiety / Mood Disorders
School Aged ADHD
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Adolescent Substance Abuse / Self Harm (i.e. cutting)
Children 7 and above with primary caregivers
I will not leave you orphaned: I am coming to youJohn 14:18 (NRSV)
About Tom Lewis
About Tom Lewis
Tom Lewis, pastoral counselor, works generously in God’s welcoming world of faith. Tom has the audacity to hope, to beg for grace, to seek justice, offer forgiveness, and give love. In gratitude for God’s welcoming Tom, Dr. Tom believes that he has a charge to keep, a God to glorify by welcoming others. He has taken a bold stance in welcoming those who remain oppressed, alienated, poor, and suffering in God’s world.
Tom is an innovative behavioral health practitioner, on the “Growing Edge” of servant leadership in the field of psychotherapy and pastoral ministry. His goal is to strengthen resilience in families, couples, and individuals by providing, low-cost, affordable, and professional behavioral health services. Tom earned his doctorate degree in Marriage and Family Counseling, at the Denver Seminary.