Thomas A. McElfresh, Psy.D.
Psychologist
License:   Ohio #3732   

Clinical Psychology

Dayton, Ohio


Thomas A. McElfresh, Psy.D.
7071 Corporate Way
Suite 108
Dayton, OH 45459



937.436.9020


mcelfresh7071@yahoo.com




Since 1976, Dr. Thomas A. McElfresh, has worked in community mental health centers, student counseling centers, and in private practice.

For 30+ years, he was a Professor of Human Services and Behavioral Health at Sinclair College in Dayton, Ohio. He is also a Clinical Associate Professor at the School of Professional Psychology at Wright State University.

His specialized training, as a licensed clinical psychologist, has been in Integrative Psychotherapy, Gestalt Therapy, Psychodrama, and Group Psychotherapy. Dr. McElfresh received advanced post-doctoral training at the Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy in New York City. He studied at the International Study Center for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology in Cincinnati and the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. He is a Board Certified Human Services Practitioner.

He is a member of the American Academy of Psychotherapists and the International Integrative Psychotherapy Association.

Dr. McElfresh addresses community, civic, and professional organizations frequently. His publications include articles in the areas of psychotherapy, education, clinical supervision, and psychotherapy training. He also presents training seminars around the state, across the country, and in Europe.

Services
Specializing in whole person approaches in working with adults and senior adults, Dr. McElfresh provides:

- individual psychotherapy
- group therapy
- psychological testing
- consultation to business & industry
- professional training
- clinical supervision

Areas of Expertise
- victims of trauma
- persons with disabilities and their families
- artists with creative blocks
- recovering alcoholics and addicts
- adults abused or neglected as children
- those with mid-life concerns
- those experiencing grief and loss
- medical & mental health professionals
- members of the clergy
- those who are anxious or depressed
- people who are lost and lonely

Office Information:

Quotation from Tom: The natural growth process of each person is toward health and wholeness. In the ordinary flow of physical, emotional, and spiritual growth we encounter life situations which interfere with this process. Physical, emotional, and spiritual symptoms appear when this growth process is thwarted. My work, as a psychologist and psychotherapist, involves working closely with others to identify basic physical, emotional, and spiritual needs and then to offer the invitation, challenge, encouragement, and support necessary to meet these needs courageously.

Evening appointments available. Handicapped accessible.

Conveniently located near the intersection of Route 48 and Alexandersville-Bellbrook Rd. in Centerville/Washington Township.