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Matt Lewandowski, MA, LPC # 17727

  • Centennial - 6909 S. Holly Circle, Suite 304, Centennial, CO. 80112

  • Telehealth

Insurances Accepted:
  • Aetna

  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield ​

  • Cigna / Evernorth

  • Medicaid

  • United Health

Out-of-Pocket Rates:
  • 140.00 per clinical hour (50 min)​


Therapy, much like a massage, aims to leave you feeling better than when you arrived. Though it can sometimes be painful, the goal is to resolve underlying issues. I believe everyone is an expert on their own mental health, and my role is to help you harness that expertise. I utilize various approaches, including person-centered, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and mindfulness-based methods. I am also trained in EMDR and Brainspotting for trauma-focused treatment, addressing PTSD, acute trauma, crisis, and complex trauma.

Dedicated to improving overall well-being, I assist clients with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, adjustment challenges, trauma, and life stressors. Additionally, I take great pleasure in helping couples reconnect and build secure, lasting attachments.


I have extensive experience and a strong passion for working with athletes. In athletics, we often emphasize that performance is equally reliant on both physical and mental skills, a 50-50 balance. However, we rarely train our mental game with the same time and effort as our physical. My goal with athletes is to help them maximize their potential by improving their mental health and mental skills.


What will sessions be like?

I believe personal growth thrives on strong collaboration between therapist and client. Our focus will be on building a solid working relationship where I take the time to understand who you are and what your goals are. Our sessions will strike a balance between developing distress tolerance and coping skills while exploring deeper underlying negative beliefs. I'll tune into your emotions with empathy, and we’ll also use humor because it plays a crucial role in our lives and therapy.

For couples counseling, I use Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy (EFT). We’ll begin by identifying the negative cycle that keeps repeating in your relationship. From there, we’ll work on reconnecting through emotional expression to rebuild your bond. I don’t take sides; my aim is to focus on the relationship itself, helping you both understand and break free from the negative patterns without placing blame.

I look forward to working together on this journey!


Education and Background:
  • Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling – Ball State University

  • Master of Science in Kinesiology with a specialization in Sport and Exercise Psychology – UNC-Greensboro

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology – Michigan State University


I am a transplant to Colorado, which has been a place my wife and I have longed to live for many years now.  We made the move, have begun growing our family, and could not be happier.  I am originally from the Midwest, growing up in Southeast Michigan.  I have also lived in North Carolina, Indiana, and Ohio.  I love all things athletics, both playing and watching.  I enjoy hiking, playing volleyball, and golfing –or trying to golf.  During the fall I am heavily into football – both college (Michigan State) and NFL (Detroit Lions).  In the past few years, I have gotten into reading - which is a sentence I never thought I would write.

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