Nancy Lewis Smith is a licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Georgia.  She received a Bachelor’s degree (BA) in psychology & women’s studies from Agnes Scott College, a Master’s degree (MA) in clinical psychology and a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D) from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology. She completed her Predoctoral Internship at Emory University Student Health and Counseling Services and a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Agnes Scott College Department of Personal Counseling.

Dr. Lewis Smith currently maintains a private practice in the metropolitan Atlanta area. She employs an integrative conceptualization framework and interactive treatment style that combines elements of cognitive, behavioral and psychodynamic therapy with mindfulness strategies. Dr. Lewis Smith has extensive experience providing psychotherapy and treatment to adult individuals and couples of all ages, sexual orientation, ethnicities and genders which encompasses a broad range of presenting issues and symptoms. Her areas of expertise include anxiety and mood disorders, relationships, couples therapy, grief and loss, and working with individuals who have experienced some form of trauma or abuse.

Dr. Lewis Smith trained and has worked in a variety of settings including domestic violence agencies and rape crisis centers, forensic psychology practice, and university student health services and counseling centers. She also served as an adjunct professor in Counseling Psychology at Argosy University/Atlanta. 

Dr. Lewis Smith has published scholarly work in the area of ethics and domestic violence. Her research focuses primarily on adult attachment theory and its clinical applications to adults in general  as well as to those who have experienced or witnessed  domestic violence and or sexual abuse.

If you are interested in developing a better understanding of yourself and improved ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving, contact our office  today to schedule an appointment and begin your journey to a happier and healthier you. 

Nancy Lewis Smith PsyD