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Gerald Lewis, Ph.D.

President, Gerald Lewis, Ph.D. & Associates,
1290 Worcester Road,
Framingham, MA  01702
tel: 508.872.6228                        
fax: 508.370.7282

Dr. Gerald Lewis

Dr. Lewis, an international consultant and trainer, has worked with national and international government agencies, healthcare facilities, educational institutions and private businesses on a wide range of work, behavioral health and organizational issues.  His focus is facilitating organizational recovery and resiliency with the emphasis on “people-recovery.”

He has authored numerous articles and four books: Critical Incident Stress and Trauma in the Workplace (1994) and Workplace Hostility: Myth & Reality (co-author, 1998) and Organizational Crisis Management: The Human Factor(2006).  Resilience in law Enforcement: Peer Support Teams (2013). In addition, he contributed the chapter, "Violence at Work: Causes and Protection" in Psychopathology in the Workplace: Recognition and Adaptation, edited by Thomas, J. and Hersen, M., Bruner-Rutledge, NY, 2004. 

In 1986, he established Mental Health Affiliates, a multidisciplinary group practice. He specializes in working with couples experiencing marital issues.

In 1986, he founded COMPASS, providing Employee Assistance Programs, management consultation, organizational development, employee training and education, pre-employment screening and fitness for duty evaluations.

He is on the faculties of Boston University, Clark University and Framingham State University. He teaches at the graduate and undergraduate level and on line as well as live classroom. During the summers of 2009 & 2010, he taught in Israel and in 2011-2015 in Poland (through Clark University).

He provides litigation consultation/expert testimony in the areas of: Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sexual harassment, workplace violence, fitness for duty, negligent retention/termination, Americans with Disabilities, malpractice, depression, etc. Further, he provides divorce mediation services and also serves as a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) and Parent Coordinator (PC).

He is the Clinical Consultant to the Cambridge Police Department and the Burlington Police Department’s Peer Support Teams. He helped design the program, trains the members and provides on-going clinical consultation and education to the department.

He is an instructor for the Divorce Center, teaching the Parenting Apart Program. Also, serves on the Board of Directors, Massachusetts Guardian Ad Litem Association (MAGAL)