Meet Sherron and Shelley
Sherron Lewis, LMFT
Hi, I’m Sherron. I am a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in northern California. I specialize in individual and interpersonal conflict and personal development. My theoretical orientation is a blend of psychodynamic, attachment, and family systems theories. I’ve enjoyed conducting many workshops on a variety of topics relating to parenting, shame, and real-self expression and have co-authored two recent books with my colleague Shelley (and there are two more on the way!). I also have enjoyed being a free lance artist for the past 31 years.
The focal areas of my practice are: Individual, Couples and Family Therapy, Multi-level Intervention, and Clinical Consultation.
Shelley Stokes, PhD
Hi, I’m Shelley. I’m a clinical psychologist in private practice in northern California. I received my certification in psychoanalytic psychotherapy from the Masterson Institute in 1994 and have had a long-standing practice treating adults and families. I also have conducted many workshops and taught extensively on a variety of topics related to understanding and treating disorders of the self.
In addition to co-authoring two recent books with Sherron, and co-authoring an additional set of books with her, my other of my past writings have included: “Disorders of the Self: Advances in diagnosis and treatment of borderline personality organization”; “Non-pathologic object use in the process of therapeutic change: Winnicott revisited”; “The culturally different patient in psychoanalytic psychotherapy”; and “An attachment-based, relational, multiple self-state approach to alcohol use in schizoid and in narcissistic disorders.”