Scott enjoys working with adolescents, adults, couples and families who are facing challenges that affect their quality of life. He feels that he is in the “better” business, as life might not be all that bad, yet we could all benefit from intentions of “being better”.
He sees individuals who struggle with anger, anxiety, depression and mood swings, which may be coupled with addictive thinking or behaviors, to help find calm amidst the chaos in one’s life.
Scott believes couples are a system, yet individually bring their own pain that is transmitted to one’s partner. He is committed to helping couples transform their own pain with the support of their partner to be available to the joys of a committed partnership.
Scott understands the nuances of reactive behavior and brain development, and he helps his clients navigate this difficult passage of understanding brain, mind and relationship integration. This allows one to experience personal growth, freedom and awareness in their life. An emphasis of his work is to invite and develop emotional intelligence skills.
Scott strives to create a safe environment where individuals can explore their issues. With his easy, approachable manner and supportive approach, he helps identify one’s strengths, explore options and rely on their own wisdom.
To listen to a recent presentation given by Scott on the topic of “Am I Enough?” click here.
To listen to a recent presentation given by Scott on the topic of “Connections-Your Brain on Relationship” click here.
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His professional experience includes:
Scott Sweet offers Marriage Preparation Program sessions.
He also offers an online therapy option if you are interested. This option would be considered an out of pocket expense and you would be required to contact Scott via the ETherapi website. (CenterPoint Counseling is not affiliated with ETherapi and you would be subject to their terms and conditions. CenterPoint Counseling and/or Second Presbyterian Church assumes no responsibility for sessions conducted with Scott Sweet via ETherapi).
For an appointment, please call CenterPoint at (317) 252-5518 or you can reach Scott via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Scott Sweet is contracted with the following insurance companies: Anthem)