Adam Oshnock is a Licensed Professional and Nationally Certified Counselor with more than 10 years of experience. He earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology at Allegheny College and his graduate degree in Mental Health Counseling from Geneva College.

Adam gained clinical experience with children, adolescents, and adults at the Bradley Center Residential Treatment Facility, Wesley Spectrum Acute Partial Program, and Southwestern Human Services. Adam has experience in individual, group, family, and couples therapy.

Adam uses an eclectic approach in working with clients while focusing on their individualized needs. He received specialized education in trauma training. He has experience working with victims of abuse.

He views the therapeutic relationship as an important foundation of therapy. He is also a believer in the importance of cognitive behavioral therapy to assist client with gaining insight into the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Adam has received special training for the treatment of individuals on the autism spectrum and has led groups for children with Asperger’s Disorder and their families. Adam is also a therapeutic crisis intervention instructor and has worked to educate professionals about how to manage children and families that are in crisis.

**Please note: this clinician’s caseload is currently full and they are not accepting new patients at this time.**

What Others Share

Relationship Resolutions is such a wonderful place! Our therapist is so personable and never ever makes us feel judged. It's so clean and comfortable in there and they even have a playroom for the kids! I feel like they really listen and tend to your needs from the very first session! Highly recommend!

Adam is kind, caring, and wonderful with kids. He is fantastic at communicating with his clients and their parents. I am extremely pleased with our services over the years with Adam! Thank you!

I can’t say enough good things about Adam. He has been a Godsend to my son, who is a changed young man. He has worked with Adam for almost 2 years. Adam is now seeing my 9 year old grandson. Two sessions in and he is very accepting and comfortable.