Thomas Slosky is a Licensed Professional Counselor who brings a unique background to his therapeutic practice, enriched by experiences in mental health, college coaching, ministry, and chaplaincy. With a personalized approach to treatment, he employs an array of strategies including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and person-centered therapy, tailoring his methods to suit the unique needs of each client. Thomas is committed to walking with clients on their journey to enhanced well-being.
Thomas prioritizes a comprehensive view of mental health, recognizing the importance of nurturing physical, cognitive, emotional, and spiritual well-being for each individual. He believes in creating an environment that supports and encourages the full expression of the human experience, leading to personal growth and development for individuals, couples, and families alike.
Thomas earned his Master’s degree in Counseling from Duquesne University. He also holds a Master of Divinity from Loyola University and a Licentiate in Orthodox Theology from Christ the Saviour Orthodox Seminary. Driven by his personal mission to honor each individual, he fosters a deep respect for the uniqueness of everyone’s life journey and for the value of diversity in our shared experiences.