Ribbon cut at Lewes Counseling
A ribbon-cutting ceremony sponsored by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce was held Sept. 10 at Lewes Counseling at 32413 Lewes-Georgetown Highway. Lewes Counseling provides individualized mental health services and educational programs to families in a supportive, compassionate and collaborative environment. Longtime Lewes resident Jeanne Doe Dukes, LCSW, has a master's degree in clinical social work and has been counseling part time for three years; the ribbon cutting marks her move into full time counseling. She offers a wide range of counseling services that include separating and divorcing parent education classes, positive parenting classes, parent-child interaction therapy and trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy.
Shown at the ribbon cutting are (l-r) Randall Cash, Automated Copy; John Rieley, Georgetown chamber president; Karen Duffield, Georgetown chamber executive director; Christine Davis, ReMax Associates; Helen Kruger, Georgetown chamber membership chair; Don Dukes; Jim Smith, Lewes chamber corporate secretary; Jeanne Doe Dukes, Lewes Counseling owner; Sen. Brian Pettyjohn, R-Georgetown; Steve Hartstein, Georgetown Town Council; Rep. Steve Smyk, R-Milton; Kathy Davison, Lewes chamber president; Orville Mills, past Georgetown and Lewes chamber board director; Frank Payton, Techno Goober; and Betsy Reamer, Lewes chamber executive director. Lewes Counseling is now accepting new clients and can be reached at 302-430-2127 or online at www.lewescounseling.com.