Tomasina L. Cook, Counselor
For over fifteen years, Tomasina has successfully counseled and coached adults, families, adolescents, and children who have been in need of professional services rendered in an environment of compassion, professionalism, and comfort. She is passionate about helping people to discover and develop their personal strengths and use them to prevent and overcome life challenges and hindrances.
The scope of Tomasina’s expertise extends to addictions, adjustment disorders, at-risk families, criminal justice issues, clinical supervision, coaching, consultation, crime victims, depressive and anxiety disorders, divorce and relationship issues, domestic violence, family therapy, grief and loss, mental health, spirituality, trauma disorders, and Women’s issues. She exhibits unparalleled concern for the spiritual, mental, and physical well-being of her clients, a fact underscored by her extensive investment of time and energy in community venues. Tomasina also services clients in her private practice, offering one-on-one, workshop, and group settings. Per Tomasina, “my heartfelt purpose is to help people make positive changes that lead to personal fulfillment and life satisfaction.”
Tomasina is a New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Professor at Erie Community College, where she is also Department Chairperson of Criminal Justice. In addition, she is an adjunct professor at Medaille College and Niagara University in their Mental Health Counseling programs. She is a nationally Certified Domestic Violence Counselor and Certified Life Coach. A graduate of Niagara University, Tomasina holds Master degrees in Mental Health Counseling and Criminal Justice Administration. She is a doctoral candidate in Counselor Education and Supervision and anticipates a 2012 conferral of her Ph.D.
To schedule an appointment, contact Tomasina at 716-533-2585.