Dr. Jon Fledzinskas received his BA in Psychology from California State University, Channel Islands in Camarillo, CA, and then completed both his Masters and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at California Lutheran University in 2020.
Dr. Fledzinskas has predominantly worked with adolescents and adults at a variety of centers. His formal training while in graduate school found him at several places practicing clinical psychology, including a community counseling clinic, a family medicine center, and an undergraduate college counseling center. He eventually went to Norman, OK in 2019 as part of the inaugural class at the Oklahoma Sport Psychology Consortium, where he worked at two separate sites: Psychological Resources for OU Student-Athletes (PROS) at the University of Oklahoma and Commander Counseling and Wellness. During his internship year, he accrued extensive experience delivering mental skills training, counseling, and psychological testing with many different Division I student-athletes at OU and general population clients in the Norman area. For his post-doctoral training in 2020, he remained working at Commander Counseling and Wellness and continued to provide mental skills training, counseling services, and psychological testing with children, adolescents, and adults in Norman and other surrounding areas.
Dr. Fledzinskas utilizes a client-centered, acceptance-based approach in therapy. He focuses on his clients’ strengths to help them develop a working relationship with their minds and emotions, assisting them in understanding what change they want to create in their lives and to then work toward their goals. Dr. Fledzinskas seeks to empower his clients and guide them in navigating their life’s challenges and help them find meaning and purpose in their daily living.
During his downtime, he enjoys spending time with his partner, family, and friends, playing competitive esports online, playing pick-up basketball, and reading a variety of books involving clinical and sport psychology concepts and ideas!