Over the last 6 years, Dr. Woloch has had many unique opportunities that have highlighted her passion for multicultural competent counseling practice, advocacy, and social justice – from serving multiple years as a Team Captain at the National Alliance on Mental Illness, NAMIWalk to being a recognized researcher, publisher, educator, clinical counselor, and social justice advocate on topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Since 2020, Dr. Woloch has also pursued further education by attending over seventy presentations on a diverse range of topics, such as ‘Counseling Veterans: A Review of Special Topics and Treatments’ to ‘Innovation in Men’s Mental Health: Using Humor, Media and Digital Engagement to Promote Mental Health and Prevent Suicide.
Beyond her clinical work, Dr. Woloch serves as an Assistant Professor at Malone University in the Counseling & Human Development Department. She is also the co-faculty advisor of the counseling honor society, Chi Sigma Iota, Mu Alpha Omega chapter. Additionally, Dr. Woloch is deeply devoted to scholarship and service in the broader profession as evidenced by her current involvement as a member of the executive leadership board for the Ohio Association for Counselor Education and Supervision and Ohio Substance Use Disorders Professionals Group.
Dr. Woloch’s approach to counseling is relational and person centered. Her goal is create a safe space for each client to process, reflect, release, and grow. Dr. Woloch meets each client where they are at in terms of change, whether ambivalent and unsure, to fully committed and ready to make forward movement towards goal achievement. She is dedicated to supporting each client in their journey to becoming their most authentic and confident self. Through the use of coping skills, strategic approaches, psychoeducation, metaphors, and thought process examination, Dr. Woloch provides her clients with opportunities to make changes in their life that embrace a future that is full of hope and possibility.
Her strengths include: compassion, open mindedness, collaborative, encouraging, understanding, and respectful.