Keldric Thomas, PhD

Keldric Thomas, PhD, is a Licensed psychologist with over 15 years’ experience across multiple levels of care providing services to children and families in a variety of administrative, direct service, and research capacities. Dr. Thomas earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Louisville and completed his clinical internship at Boston University’s Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology. As a bilingual (English/Spanish) African American practitioner with experience providing direct service at multiple levels of care, he is passionate about enhancing psychotherapy outcome, particularly for People of the Global Majority. He is nationally certified as a TF-CBT therapist and TF-CBT supervisor. He is also a certified PSB-CBT therapist, a PSB-CBT School-Age Within-Agency Trainer, and director of the Leaps and Bounds program, the Georgia Center for Child Advocacy’s comprehensive treatment and support program for Youth with Problematic Sexual Behavior. Finally, Dr. Thomas serves as the Clinical Director of the Georgia Center for Child Advocacy.