Scott believes healing, wholeness and integration are possible within the therapeutic process and will respectfully partner with clients as their unique story, thoughts and feelings are explored with openness and curiosity. Scott’s therapeutic approach is informed by Relational Focused Psychodynamic Therapy, DBT, CBT, Solution-focused Therapy, Attachment Therapy, Object Relations, Client-Centered Therapy and Play Therapy. Scott received his Master of Arts in Counseling and Psychology from the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. He has worked as a mental health therapist in community mental health and in-patient hospital settings for 8 years. His specialties include, but are not limited to, treating issues related to depression, anxiety, self-esteem, attachment, relationships, communication, grief, loss and trauma. Currently he works with children, adolescents and adults and can accommodate afternoon/evening appointments including in-person, phone and video sessions.