Dr. Lewicki is a 2015 graduate of Michigan State University’s doctorate program in Rehabilitation Counselor Education. He also holds a master’s degree in social work from Western Michigan University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Michigan State University (MSU). Dr. Lewicki is an adjunct faculty member at MSU, where he is developing the PhD practicum program, and teaching undergraduate courses in communication skills for the helping and substance abuse professional and graduate courses in individual and group therapy, cognitive and psychological aspects of disability, and the master’s rehabilitation counseling practicum. He is also the Director of Utilization Management and Waivers at Mid-State Health Network. His extensive work experience in the community mental health system includes 29 years in the field providing individual, group, and family therapy, case coordination, access management, quality improvement, compliance, safety, utilization management, and waiver services. Dr. Lewicki’s dissertation focused on ethical and relational components of professional disclosure and informed consent. His ongoing research interests include mental health issues such as recovery, stigma, evidence-based practices, empowerment, cultural competence, trauma informed care, and social determinants of wellness.
CRCC e-UNIVERSITY courses developed and taught by Dr. Lewicki:
- Ethics: Case Management