Lewis Wall

Born in Fort Worth, raised in Aledo, “Lew” is a native to north Texas. Lewis has firsthand experienced the battles of addiction, depression, anxiety, and hopelessness. A radical and personal encounter with God “kicking the door in” brought hope, purpose, and transformation in his life. Lewis received his Masters in Counseling degree from B.H. Carroll Theological Institute and is currently an LPC-A under the supervision of Austin Davis LPC-S. Lewis believes in evidence based clinical approaches in helping struggling youth but more importantly, the power of Christ to heal the broken—and this is what brought him to Clearfork Academy. Lewis resides in north Texas with his wife and enjoys the outdoors, music, playing guitar, running, and spending time with family and friends.

Shelly Adair

Shelly was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. Children and adolescents are her passion, and she has served them for over seven years in a ministry capacity. She has worked with infants through eighteen, as well as served in women’s ministry empowering women of all ages to connect with themselves, others, and God.

Shelly received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at Colorado Christian University and is working to complete her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in May 2022 from Colorado Christian University as well. She is an EMDRIA EMDR trained therapist.

In her free time, Shelly loves going on adventures with her family, traveling, and engaging in outdoor activities. She enjoys painting and creative expression through art and cooking.

George Boyd

George was born in Bedford, but spent the majority of his childhood near Fayettville, North Carolina and some years in St. Louis, Missouri and Cypress, Texas. After graduating high school George enlisted in the United States Army as an infantryman and was stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington, deploying to Afghanistan in 2012. In 2015 he chose to pursue his higher education and moved to the Fort Worth area, enrolling at Tarrant County College. After earning an Associate of Arts degree, he pursued his Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and enrolled at the University of Texas at Arlington. Graduating with honors in 2019 and becoming a first-generation college graduate, George was accepted into the Master of Social Work (MSW) program at UTA. It was there that he specialized in mental healthcare and substance abuse counseling, graduating in 2020. The mission of Clearfork Academy is one that he feels blessed to be a part of, providing quality clinical treatment grounded in Spiritual truth. In his free time, he enjoys teaching 5th and 6th grade Sunday school, building computers, playing guitar, and spending time with his wife, 2 son’s, and 2 dogs.

Micah Lynch

Micah was born and raised in Mineral Wells, Texas. After receiving his bachelors degree from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Business Management he moved to the DFW area. Youth and young adults have been one of his greatest passions and has been honored to serve them in a ministry capacity for almost 9 years. The greatest adventure of his life would come from his marriage to Michelle for over 6 years and the two children he is blessed to steward.

Micah received his Masters in Marriage and Family therapy and is currently an LPC A who is supervised by Russell Baxter LPC S. Micah hopes to marry the psychological and the theological in order to assist teens on their journey to finding meaning, hope, and support. One of the main goals that Micah lives for is to see people freed from their enslavements and given the opportunity to live their lives full of vitality and in concert with their identity.

Micah loves to connect with people, play basketball and football, serve at his church, and attempt to keep up with his children.