Scott is a supervised clinician and is finishing his Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Arizona State University. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Brigham Young University-Idaho. He uses his desire to help and his love of the mental health field to create a safe environment for his clients to grow. He believes that everyone has a story to tell and a right to their feelings. He believes as we share our stories and feelings we can get the help that we need and create more intimate relationships with others.
I am a therapist-in-training as I finish my Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Arizona State University. I also have a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from ASU. I combine my passion for mental health care with my background in naturopathic medicine to understand my clients from a holistic perspective. I am dedicated to drawing on the most current research and evidence-based approaches to help my clients accomplish their treatment goals.
During life we may experience difficulties, struggles and loss but I truly believe this is what makes us beautiful. As we learn to find our way through these trials, we may seek support through counseling, and I understand the strength and courage it takes to do this.
Beth Root is a Master’s level intern at Capella University, studying Marriage and Family Therapy. Change happens as people are seen and heard; Beth’s goal is to help clients tell their stories, feel understood, and empower them to make the changes they want to make. Everyone has a voice to be heard, whether they come into therapy as an individual, a couple, or a family.