Grief counseling and family counseling for individuals, couples, and families.. Free evaluation. Call Now (303) 817-8369
If you are experiencing anxiety, depression, or trauma, counseling can help you regain your emotional balance, enabling you to live a full and joyful life again. A loss can disrupt you at the emotional, physical, spiritual, or cognitive level. Grief may be caused by a loved one's death or more generally any life-altering loss, including a significant illness, divorce, job loss, or financial crisis. Counseling provides the support you need to regain hope and find joy in living once more.
I use a client-centered, holistic type of therapy based on your needs.
Chronic Disease & Grief Counseling
If you or a loved one is experiencing a chronic disease, like cancer, ALS, or dementia, you are probably facing grief and a sense of loss. Scott has years of personal experience counseling individuals and groups coping with long-term illness. He experienced the loss of his first wife to ALS and bounced back to help others cope with grief. Scott works with individuals, couples, and families to transform their experiences, to find hope.
"I have found Scott to be a man of integrity, patience and understanding. He has developed skills over the years to deal with those in pain, in grief, and with mental health difficulties. He has a wonderful sense of humor which carries him though trying situations." - Nancy A. Falcon, M.S., Jeffco Family Support Network
"Scott is acutely sensitive to the emotional needs of both the patient and the caregivers living with either chronic or terminal illnesses. He knows what is needed physically and financially for both patient and family members. His work with the ALS Association has given him a broader, more in-depth comprehension of the support needed for all involved in such illnesses. He is a gifted communicator and has a gentle, caring heart." - Rev. Janet M. Buntrock, MA, LPC, FT
Scott has 16 years experience facilitating groups and individuals experiencing grief, chronic illness, and loss. After losing his first wife to ALS, he transformed his grief into action by guiding others to find happiness and meaning in their lives. Scott has worked with a broad spectrum of organizations in the metro-Denver area, including the ALS Association, Brain Injury Association of Colorado, Judi's House (family support for grief and loss), and Cornerstone Drug Rehab. He also enjoys working with Highly Sensitive People (HSPs).
Scott received training from the Denver Family Institute, CMI, and the Shambhala Center Boulder on subjects including grief counseling, crisis and trauma, grieving children and teens, transforming obstacles into opportunity, and love. Scott is a Registered Psychotherapist in the state of Colorado.
Scott currently serves as a board member and treasurer of the Colorado Association of Psychotherapists. He has served the community as a board member in mental health organizations, including the Jeffco Family Support Network, Colorado Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health (FFCMH), and was the founding President of the Jefferson County affiliate of FFCMH. Scott also served on the advisory board of Jefferson County Mental Health Court and Foothills Behavioral Health Partners. He is a member of the Open Path Collective. Scott is trained and tested in working with the Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) and completed PAIRS Level 1 Professional Training in 2018.