Armand D. Lebovits, LCSW, CAC III
Mr. Lebovits received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Interdisciplinary (Science) Studies from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan in September 1975; and attended the Graduate School of Social Work at Wayne State University from September 1975 through March 1976 in the Casework Program. He completed a Masters of Social Work Degree in Integrated Practice from the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work in June 1982. Mr. Lebovits was a trainee at the Aquarius Center, a dual diagnosis (mental health/substance abuse) outpatient program at Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Center from 1980-1981. During his second year field placement as a trainee at the JFK Child Development Center, University of Colorado School of Health Sciences in 1981-82, Mr. Lebovits specialized in evaluating children with handicapping (e.g., mental health disorders, developmental disorders, learning disorders) conditions; JFK Child Development Center serviced families from the Rocky Mountain Region, and as part of this interdisciplinary faculty Mr. Lebovits also provided case management, consultation and couples counseling to parents. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Colorado; his license number 988011 was first issued in June 1984 as a LSW I and in 1987 as a LSW II (and as a LCSW, in 1989). Mr. Lebovits is also a Senior Level Certified Addictions Counselor (CAC III), first registered in 1983, Registration # 1141. He has been in private practice in the metro Denver area since 1982, providing psychotherapy and substance abuse services to children, adults, couples and families. Mr. Lebovits was an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver Family Therapy Training Center from 1986-1998 providing group and individual supervision and training with graduate and post-graduate students for both family and marital counseling. Armand completed 40 hours of Divorce and Child Custody Mediation training in 1993 at CDR, Inc. and in June 2005, he completed a 40 hour Child and Family Investigator (CFI) Training Certificate; and is currently on the State Registry after completing the new CFI Training requirements in 2012. Mr. Lebovits has been and continues to be the Substance Use Disorders Trainer for the CFI Training Certificate Program offered by the Office of the State Judicial Administration (SCAO). Armand had been a faculty member with Parenting After Divorce, Inc., as a Co-Parenting After Divorce-Level I instructor for the state mandated class; as well as a Level II Co-Parenting group skills facilitator, from June 2003 through April 2012. Mr. Lebovits provides high-conflict services for families going through separation, divorce, as well as, post-decree services in various roles such as Substance Use Evaluator (SUE), treatment services and Consultant/Joint Expert for substance use evaluations; Parental Responsibility Evaluator (PRE), Child and Family Investigator (CFI), Parenting Plan Mediator, Parenting Coordinator and Decision Maker, as well as, a Parenting or Co-Parenting Coach/Consultant and Family Therapy, including reintegration/reunification services. Mr. Lebovits was trained in January 2008 as an Early Neutral Assessor (ENA) and provides this early divorce intervention with a female attorney team member.
Armand has served on the Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee (MDIC) Board of Directors since 2007 and his current term ends in October 2019; and served on the Colorado Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (COAFCC) Board of Directors from 2008 through June 30, 2014; Mr. Lebovits was the President of COAFCC from July 2012 through June 2013 and currently continues to volunteer on the Communication and Public Relations and the Program committees. Mr. Lebovits was nominated (July 2015) to serve on the Colorado Supreme Court Standing Committee on Family Issues; his current term is through August 2, 2018. Armand recently joined the Douglas County District Court Best Practices Team on July 27, 2016.
Armand's mission is to provide personalized, high-quality services with adults, teens and older children, offering individual, couples and family therapy services. Armand's practice also includes alcohol and drug counseling, evaluations and consultation, review and rebuttal services for substance use concerns, as well as, a full range of mental health and divorce-related services. Please call for more detailed information.
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