Scott has a cognitive behavioral focus by theory with a blend of a humanistic approach within his approach. Scott has experience working with a wide range of diagnosis that include Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Depression, Bipolar, Anxiety Disorders, Relationships, Autism Spectrum Disorder, LGBTQ, and gender; as well as many different client populations (age, gender, cultural history, professionals, …).
Scott’s experience has been multi-dimensional with clinical work history across a number of psychology disciplines (clinical psychology, sport and exercise psychology, behavioral analysis, home-based emotional health care, research & data analysis, trauma informed care, center based/day treatment therapy, outpatient therapy, community education, public safety, embedded emotional health, and clinical director domains).
Known for his passion for the work and his having a drive to maintain a therapy environment that is personal to each individual, there is high value upon a process that centers around client goals, strengths, and educational.
Scott is attentive to the mind-body connection and seeks to allow for insights as to how physical health, environmental health, occupational, relationship, chemical, social health choice, and alike impact emotional well-being.
Driven to provide a quality clinical experience, Scott is committed to client/therapist collaboration and discovery.