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Experience

Holly Scott has extensive
post-graduate training in
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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Counseling

Holly Scott will help you
set goals for a better life.

Cognitive Therapy (CT)

Cognitive Therapy (CT) is one of the most widely researched and
evidence-based forms of therapy. CT has been shown in more than one
thousand studies to be effective in treating a wide range of
psychiatric disorders and psychological problems.

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Holly's Blog Posts

    • 28 JUL 16
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    Recovering from Loss

    I rarely share many details of my personal life on this blog.  I decided to make an exception in this case because my writing was so beneficial to my journey to recover from a significant loss. Putting thoughts and feelings on paper can be so helpful when we are struggling with mental pain.  Here is my

    • 27 JUL 16
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    Self Care: An Important Part of Health

      When clients come to my office for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), we work to solve their  problems using methods exactly as the name implies. We use a Cognitive approach by recognizing, challenging, & changing irrational thoughts. We use a Behavioral approach by assessing current behaviors and determining if changes could improve mental health.   On the Behavioral side,

    • 18 FEB 16
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    Depression in Seniors is Often Unnoticed

    Family members and even primary healthcare providers often mistake an older adult’s symptoms of depression as just a natural reaction to illness or an unavoidable part of the aging process. Older adults themselves often share this belief and suffer unnecessarily because they don’t understand that they could feel better with appropriate treatment. Statistics on Mental

    Areas of Practice

  • Cognitive Therapy

    therapies-cognitive-behavioral-therapyBy changing your way of thinking, you can change how you feel. Learn more »

  • Anxiety and Panic

    Panic-2Anxiety can be one of the most uncomfortable things we ever experience. Therapy can help ease anxiety. Learn more »

  • Bi-Polar Disorder

    Bi-polar-2Bipolar disorder is best treated with a combination of medication and psychotherapy. Learn more »

  • Cancer Patients & Survivors

    Cancer-1“You have Cancer” is one of the scariest phrases in the English language. Therapy can help. Learn more »

  • Depression

    Depression-1Depression is a common but serious illness. Most people who experience depression need some type of treatment to get better. Learn more »

  • Relationship Therapy

    iStock_000021705504SmallProblems in our intimate relationships can create pain & loneliness. Therapy can help. Learn more »


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