Patrick Milloy


Clinical Interests – Treatment of Chemical Dependency and other Addictions; Dual Diagnosis; Depression; Anxiety; Couples and Families; Grief and Loss; Self Esteem; Adjustment Issues; Trauma and Abuse Recovery; Mens’ Issues; Spirituality


Populations Served: Adults, Couples, Families


Educational History –

Gannon University, BA in Philosophy

Gannon University, MS in Counseling

Ashland University and Theological Seminary, Post Graduate Courses in Clinical Counseling


Clinical Trainings, Certifications and Professional Memberships –

Gestalt Institute of Cleveland – Post graduate training in Gestalt Therapy, with specializations in working with individuals, couples, and groups


EMERGE/Community Involvement –

Adjunct Professor at Ashland Theological Seminary, teaching graduate courses in Differential Diagnosis, Social and Cultural Issues in Counseling, Crisis Counseling, Gestalt Therapy, Brief Therapy, and Diagnosis of Substance Abuse

Has presented workshops for community and professional organizations in topics such as Addictions, Dual Diagnosis, Integrated Healthcare, Management and Supervision