Houston Graduate School of Theology
Adjunct Professor of Counseling
Ph.D. from Northcentral University
M.Ed. from Temple University
M.A. from West Chester University
About Dr. Ditsky
After completing a BA in Philosophy at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dr. Ditsky pursued theological studies there. He was involved in urban ministry, the ecumenical movement, and adult Christian education. Ditsky’s MA is in Clinical Psychology from West Chester University and his MEd in Adult and Organizational Development was earned at Temple University in Philadelphia. He was awarded a PhD in Psychology from Northcentral University in Arizona.
Dr. Ditsky participated in an internship in Substance Abuse at Yale University. He also received a certificate in Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Dr. Ditsky has conducted individual, group, marital, and family therapies for over thirty years. He has been a site supervisor for both LPC Interns and Pastoral Counselors. He is a member of the Texas Psychological Association and the Fort Bend Psychological Association as well as The American College of Forensic Psychology. He is a Board Member of the Texas Psychological Association. He is currently in private practice at the Greatwood Professional Center offering clinical and forensic services as licensed psychologist.
Dr. Ditsky is married to Janet Sunday Bliss, who is a Pennsylvania Licensed Psychologist and Texas Licensed Psychological Associate. They have four grown married children, three sons and a daughter, plus six grandchildren.
He and his wife enjoy camping, gardening, traveling, and gourmet cooking. They are members of New Hope Lutheran Church in Missouri City.
COU 500: Counseling Research & Statistics
COU 560: Individual Counseling
COU 620: Addictive Behavior and Treatment
PC/COU 640: Grief Counseling
PC/COU 642: Aging and Elder Care
COU 700: Legal and Ethical Issues in Counseling
COU 740: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy