Mitch Malik is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Nationally Certified Counselor. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Phoenix and his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Waynesburg University. He has been working in the field since 2015.
Mitch previously worked at Christian Counseling Associates as a licensed professional counselor. He saw clients (Christian and non-Christian) dealing with a range of mental health, addiction, faith-based, and life concerns.
Mitch also previously worked as a counselor and “house manager” at the Washington City Mission, wherein he counseled and aided the men and women of the newest program he helped design. He saw clients who dealt with a range of concerns, including mental health, addiction, life-adjustment, and faith-based concerns. He also taught classes and aided them in finding jobs and housing, including HUD and Section 8 locations.
Mitch treats adolescents and adult patients with a variety of concerns such as mood disorders, anxiety disorders, spiritual/faith-based issues, interpersonal problems, attention/concentration problems, history of trauma/abuse, and self-esteem. Each client receives person and heart-centered therapy using several individualized, multi-modal techniques, including mindfulness-based, cognitive-behavioral, gestalt, somatic, and faith-based approaches unique to the individual.