Scott is Lead Counselor at Project Sanctuary, which helps military families reconnect through outdoor therapeutic retreats. He is a mentor and a healer whose focus is on keeping veterans and their families together and reducing suicide rates. Having attended over 40 Project Sanctuary retreats Scott feels strongly about the value of peer mentoring and mental health education.
Scott hails from Utah and served 23 years in the US Army before retiring in 2009. While in the Army, one of his duties was in the Medical Service Corps as a Radiology Specialist. He was stationed in multiple countries around the world and deployed twice to combat in Somalia from 1992-94.
He has two Masters degrees in Marriage Family Therapy and Counseling from Argosy University in Denver, CO.
Scott’s professional associations include: CCA (Colorado Counseling Association), AAMFT (American Association of Marriage and Family Therapist) and COAMFT (Colorado Association of Marriage and Family Therapist).