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Community Counseling Program Counselors

Our team of licensed mental health practitioners provides accessible and affordable behavioral health care where you live, work and learn.
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Tylinn Lewis, LIMHP, LIMFT

Tylinn Lewis, MS, LIMHP, LIMFT, became interested in behavioral health as a child after observing the impact of mental health challenges on families.

As a therapist with the Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program, she has special interests in marriage and family therapy and working with individuals across the lifespan.

“I most enjoy being able to have skilled conversations with diverse people from all walks of life,” she said. “My clients learn from me, but I learn from them as well.”

Lewis uses narrative therapy, along with other evidence-based practices, to assist individuals in meeting their goals. Safety, she said, is the most important aspect of her client relationships.

“When a person feels safe to express themselves without criticism or judgment, it helps to establish trust,” she said. “I want my clients to know that they will always be treated with respect and dignity. They do not need to worry about feeling judged.”


Lewis considers herself kind and gentle, but she holds her clients accountable. She’s proud to work for a health system that remains focused on demonstrating The Meaning of Care – or “prioritizing the needs of clients while assisting them with compassion and concern.”