Scott is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern in the State of Florida. He focuses on individual counseling with adolescents, young adults, adults, and senior citizens. He holds a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Behavioral Analysis and Sociology from Western Michigan University. Scott has been a part of the Pittington Counseling team since 2012. Before coming to Pittington Counseling, Scott spent 3 years as a behavioral instructional aide for the Croyden Avenue School, performing behavioral modification and life skills training for the multiply impaired students, as well as working with the student’s families in both the school and home settings. He has also worked for corporate settings in both sales and managerial roles, so he understands the stressors that come from those workplace dynamics.
Scott works with a wide range of clients, including helping individuals through grief, trauma, anxiety disorders and depression. He also enjoys helping clients with improvements in self-confidence, self-worth and self-image, as well as relational issues and LGBT concerns.
Scott uses a client centered, eclectic approach to therapy and utilizes cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness based therapy techniques to aid in individualizing care for each client’s specific needs. He believes in helping clients gain new perspectives and insights in order to bring about positive change in their lives.