Scott Groseclose

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.

Therapeutic Approach

Scott looks at the relational level of our interactions with others. He believes that there are multiple levels to every situation and every relationship. Scott creates a safe environment in order for his clients to be able to open up and find healing in physical, emotional, and spiritual ways. Scott believes that as we look at the broader picture, we can start to narrow in on the areas that trouble us. He works together with his clients to create goals and helps equip them with tools to continue to grow throughout the rest of their lives.

Individual Therapy

In everyone’s life, there are times where we feel as if we are stuck in a rut and cannot get out. No matter how hard we try, it seems as though we are just digging ourselves deeper. This can be due to anxiety, stress, depression, etc. Scott works with his clients to find the areas that seem to add to these struggles. He finds patterns that are troubling and works with his clients to change these patterns. Scott helps clients develop coping and communication skills in order to create new patterns and prevent old one from returning. Self-realization may be hard to come to, but Scott guides clients to identify the strengths and to become their best self.

Couples Therapy

Scott works with couples from all walks of life. These couples may be cohabitating, married, happy, sad, separating, or LGBTQ+. Scott welcomes all into his sessions and helps all of them feel comfortable. Scott believes that in our relationships, we can be our happiest, or the saddest we have ever been. We all want to be happy with our partner, but sometimes we may hit a few snags along the way. Scott’s goal is to help foster those good relationships and help to uncover ineffective patterns in relationships. He believes that through healthy communication and understanding, relationships can become what we desire. At times in relationships, we can experience a loss of trust, intimacy, or communication. Scott provides a safe environment for couples to be able to address these problems and work through them together. Scott believes that together with his clients, relationships can grow and be beautiful.

Work with Adolescents

Scott has had extensive work with adolescents. He has worked with pre-teens as well as teenagers. Scott has experience with working with adolescents who have Autism Spectrum Disorder and other mental health struggles. This experience was as a one on one aide in a group home setting. This has led Scott to have a special place in his heart towards these individuals. He learned with a lot of patience and with an intent to understand is his way of working with clients of this background. He has worked as a soccer coach, in various positions in high schools, such as a personal aide for adolescents with mental health struggles. These have helped Scott to be able to relate to and help adolescents.

Insurance, Fees, and Scheduling

Scott is currently offering in-person sessions with evening and weekend availability. To schedule an appointment or to get more information call or text (480) 267-9435, email, or click “Schedule Now” in the upper right-hand corner of this page.

I accept Blue Cross Blue Shield and Aetna insurance or self-pay (cash or card). My fees without insurance are $60 for a 50-minute session or we can work on a sliding fee scale if needed.


3048 E. Baseline Rd, Suite 117,
Mesa, AZ 85204