Jay Slosar, Ph.D

Jay Slosar, Ph.D

Jay Slosar, Ph.D., is the author of a provocative new book The Culture of Excess: How Americans Lost Self-Control and Why We Need to Redefine Success (ABC-CLIO, LLC, November 2009). For the past quarter-century, he has run a successful private practice as a licensed psychologist and has provided direct clinical and consulting services in a variety of diverse settings. Currently, Dr. Slosar is also an adjunct assistant professor at Chapman University in Orange County, California. He also provides forensic evaluations from court referrals, specializing in evaluating teenagers.

Dr. Slosar has worked and consulted for many companies and organizations, including Health and Human Services Group, Young Life Enrichment Program, Family Solutions, Western Youth Services, Villa Millard Facility, and the Dawson Education Foundation. The services provided included: counseling, psychological evaluations, program design, staff training, and conflict resolution.

He also has served as the administrative clinician for a federal contract in the delivery of an employee assistance program for federal law enforcement employees and their families. Over six years, he was responsible for all clinical and administrative needs for an $8 million federal contract which included providing training/education workshops in the areas of stress management, trauma response, supervisory management, domestic violence, and workplace violence. He co-directed the critical incident response services for operational and non-operational traumas. He has completed certification in critical incident response training from the American Red Cross and the National Organization for Victim’s Assistance.

Dr. Slosar has written and published professional materials and articles, including a staff training manual for residential treatment services. He has also presented a paper at the FBI Quantico training facility on perfectionism and its relationship to suicide in law enforcement personnel.

Since 1985 he has taught in both the psychology department and the health services department at Chapman University as an adjunct assistant associate professor.

He was the president of the Orange County Psychological Association in 2004 and is a past board member of the California Coalition of Ethical Mental Health Care, a San Francisco-based group that promotes the ethics and integrity of mental health-care delivery services. Dr. Slosar was on the board of directors for the California Psychological Association in 2006 and 2007. He is also a Board Member of the California Association of Psychology Providers (CAPP).

Dr. Slosar received his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California, earned his Master’s Degree from Wichita State University, and received his Bachelor’s Degree from Jacksonville University. He resides in Newport Beach, California. For more information, please consult www.thecultureofexcess.com.



Recent Posts

Excerpts from The Culture of Excess

[et_pb_section fb_built="1" fullwidth="on" _builder_version="3.21.1"][et_pb_fullwidth_header title="Excerpts from The Culture of Excess" subhead="The Book by Dr...

Jay Slosar, Ph.D
November 14, 2019
The Culture of Excess Book

Culture of Excess Book Overview

[et_pb_section fb_built="1" fullwidth="on" _builder_version="3.21.1" background_image="https://slosarconsulting.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Culture-of-Excess-right...

Jay Slosar, Ph.D
November 14, 2019

Culture of Excess:Testimonials

[et_pb_section fb_built="1" fullwidth="on" _builder_version="3.21.1"][et_pb_fullwidth_header title="Testimonials" subhead="For the Culture of Excess" button_one_text="View on Amazon" button_one_url="https://www.amazon...

Jay Slosar, Ph.D
November 14, 2019

Ordinary Americans: Technology and Paranoia 2.0

[et_pb_section fb_built="1" _builder_version="3.0.47"][et_pb_row _builder_version="3.0.48" background_size="initial" background_position="top_left" background_repeat="repeat"][et_pb_column type="4_4" _builder_version="3.0...

Jay Slosar, Ph.D
July 5, 2012
prison image

J.R. Slosar and Michael A. Moodian: Better care for mentally ill would help prisons, budget

LOS Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, who is in charge of the county’s jails, once said he ran the biggest mental hospital in the country. Our state corrections system faces a humanitarian and economic crisis...

Jay Slosar, Ph.D
August 25, 2010