Scott earned a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University and holds associate licensure as a marriage and family therapist. He is an associate-level member of AAMFT and TAMFT. In the therapy room, Scott works collaboratively with clients, utilizing conversation and clients’ own expertise to facilitate healing. He views problems and their resolution from an integrated spiritual and systemic perspective. Scott works with individuals, couples, and families of all ages on a wide variety of presenting problems. He is particularly sensitive to the discomfort males commonly experience when presenting for therapy.
Scott has been married for nearly two years. Prior to practicing therapy, Scott worked with teens and parents in church ministry. He enjoys sports of all kinds, physical fitness, reading, playing the violin, and listening to U2. In addition to practicing therapy, Scott is studying theology at Fuller Theological Seminary.