Anthony (“Dr. Tony”) M. McCrovitz, Ph.D., LMHC, HSPP, BCPC, IMH-E® (II), DAPA, has practiced more than twenty years as a licensed mental health counselor and clinical psychologist. His expertise includes assessment and testing for children (including infant), adolescents and adults (including seniors). 

Anthony holds a doctorate in I/O Psychology from Walden University, a re-specialization in Clinical Psychology from Adler Professional School of Psychology, a master's degree in business administration from Indiana Wesleyan University, and a master's degree in pastoral counseling from Loyola University of Chicago.
Anthony ("Dr. Tony") M. McCrovitz
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In child development, his specialized training collaborates with the child’s family and also their school system (if applicable). He works with all ages and challenges related to:
His therapeutic approaches are rooted in holistic, bio-psychosocial models that nurture one's foundation for awareness and growth.
As founder of an agency providing human services (1996-present), he created a series of assessments for developing a Quality-of-Life Model™ of person-centered services that includes a crisis intervention program.

Anthony maintains collaborative relations with local colleges and universities, and regularly serves as a professor, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses that cover the many disciplined areas in the field of psychology, including assessment and testing, and developing research projects. He also initiated and established, with the schools, an internship program for enriching academic programs with objectives for the enhancement of leadership in research, career advancement, and education for interns.
He has lectured and presented material at state, national, and international conferences, and has done extensive training and mentoring of professionals around the world.
Anthony’s intention and contemplation of his work and personal faith is a daily practice that values the unique dignity of each person, establishing a safe and trusted therapeutic environment that supports each one’s unique strengths and challenges.
Professional Memberships and Training:
  • Indiana Professional Counseling Foundation (IPCF) (President, 2021-22)
  • Indiana Counseling Association (ICA) (past president, recipient of Mental Health Counselor of the Year Award )
  • American Psychological Association (APA)
  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • International Snoezelen Association of Multi-Sensory Environments (ISNA-MSE)
  • Gentle Teaching International Network