Chavionne Thomas, MS, NCC

Troy North Office

Chavionne believes that counseling facilitates growth, discovery, and connections within a safe and nonjudgemental environment. Chavionne assists individuals who have once been silenced in finding and using their voice striving to ensure clients feel heard, seen, and valued in session. Encouraging clients to lead their healing journey as she provides guidance, Chavionne utilizes Strengths Based and Person-Centered approaches alongside expressive arts. To meet the needs of individual clients, she is also seen using an integrated approach including REBT, DBT, and Motivational Interviewing. 

Chavionne enjoys working with a variety of age ranges including children, adolescents, and adults. With her educational background in studying the Latinx population, Chavionne has found passion in multiculturalism including oppression, discrimination, and inclusivity. As well as helping those struggling with transitional periods of life, anxiety, and family-related trauma.

Chavionne emphasizes the concepts of self-worth and being enough as is.


Licensure & Education
National Certified Counselor
M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Eastern Illinois University
B.A. in Psychology, Eastern Illinois University
B.A. in World Language and Culture: Spanish, Eastern Illinois University


  • Multiculturalism
  • Self-Worth
  • Students
  • Family
  • Transitional Periods
  • Anxiety & Depression
  • Family Related Trauma
  • Racism, Oppression, & Discrimination