Mo Mzik

Mo is a licensed professional counselor (LPC). They received their bachelor’s at Ursuline College with a focus in Art Therapy where they practiced community centered art interventions for emotional and physical processing. They received their Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health student at Cleveland State University.
Mo takes care in all they do to remain curious and attentive in every relationship, they practice holding space for all walks of life. They have experience with the LGBTQIA community, Black and multicultural youth, differently abled, and elders. Mo’s areas of focus are trauma-informed care, creative arts interventions, and dialectical behavioral therapies. Mo comes to the practice of counseling with a social justice orientation in feminist, multicultural, cognitive behavioral and family systems theories.
As a lifelong artist Mo utilizes creativity in connection for growth and healing. They draw from their organizing background to advocate for equity in human rights. After licensing Mo will seek certification in eye movement desensitization and reprogramming (EMDR) and AASECT certification in sex therapy.
Mo’s pronouns are they/them/theirs.

Mo sees clients in-person and virtually.

Mo is under the supervision of Pete Finnerty, LPCC-S.