Insurance Accepted: Balance EAP, Self-Pay
Phone: 614-459-3003 ext. 724
Dominic Jontony is a licensed professional clinical counselor who graduated from Ashland Theological Seminary with his Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Dominic believes in building a counseling environment where acceptance and trust are foundational goals in each session. Dominic is passionate in providing tools for those that walk in his office to help equip them for tackling problems in the every day situations that have been roadblocks in the past. With these tools, he helps people become more independent and also, find ways to build healthy relationships within their sphere of influence.
Dominic provides services for:
Dominic finds joy in helping other find healing through any area where relational counseling can take place. Dominic is specifically passionate about working with family and marriage relationships, victims of trauma, and walking with those in the grieving process. He is also well equipped in the restoration found from issues of depression, anger and anxiety.
Sports Counseling is an emerging field with immense benefits to athletic performance. As a collegiate athlete at The Ohio State University, Dominic has personally experienced the spectrum of high-level training. Whether it is anger, feeling “pressure” to perform, or even transitioning to retire from a sport, Dominic is eager to guide others to overcome training obstacles and break through to excel in sport and life.
Dominic is also a certified facilitator of the PREPARE/ENRICH couples program.
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In his down time, Dominic enjoys spending time with his wife, Nicole, and their comical cat. Whether making dinner, doing yard work or being active through exercise, Dominic finds ways to be child-like in creating fun with whatever he pursues. He is also actively involved with his church and leads a life group with his wife for newly married couples.
Dominic is also the team counselor of the Columbus Eagles
Everyone has a mountain they are climbing to get over. Those that are filled with regrets, the broken hearted, those lacking in hope; the ways of pain are many. But every day we are given an opportunity to start over, to change from what our past has told us who we ought to be. Why not take that first step up that mountain – who knows where it will lead – but I can assure you, the view is better than this.