Howard Slutzky

Howard Slutzky

Howard Slutzky holds a Doctorate in Psychology from Georgia School of Professional Psychology and is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Johnson & Wales University in Charlotte, NC where he has been teaching for 8 years. Before coming to Johnson & Wales University, Dr. Slutzky worked in a number of clinical settings including the college counseling centers of Georgia Institute of Technology and University of South Carolina and currently maintains a small private practice where he counsels both individuals and couples. Additionally, he conducts evaluations for the Disability Determination Services of Social Security. Dr. Slutzky teaches a variety of courses at Johnson & Wales including Introductory Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Social Psychology, and Human Sexuality. In addition to teaching, he facilitates a variety of workshops and discussion groups on campus on topics such as relationships, time-management, grief & loss, health & fitness, dream interpretation, coping with medical issues, as well as issues of gender identity & sexual orientation. Additionally, Dr. Slutzky offers a stress reduction workshop that incorporates relaxation techniques and a guided imagery exercise. He has attended numerous professional trainings including topics such as mindfulness & meditation, Jungian dream interpretation, and positive psychology. Dr. Slutzky has also recruited several of his students to assist him in the development and facilitation of a two-day anti-bullying outreach program for at-risk students at a local middle school during the Spring 2013 term.

Affiliations and Expertise

Associate Professor of Psychology, Johnson & Wales University, North Carolina, USA