About Me

My name is Scott. I enjoy sports, reading, movies and TV shows. Most of my spare time is dedicated to my family, which includes two young boys. I am also a fan of old-school wrestling.

I like to work with men who are navigating the experience of being a new dad. At times, dads face problems with adjusting to their new roles. I experienced challenges of my own as a new dad as well. Furthermore, problems, such as: feeling down, anxiety, anger, or even substance use occur. My goal is to help you work through these issues as you see fit.

My college career began at Kutztown University where I earned a Bachelor’s degree (Psychology). I then obtained my Master’s degree at Immaculata University (Counseling Psychology). I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a certification (CAADC) as an addictions counselor as well. I am member of Postpartum Support International (PSI), which is an organization that provides education, supports, and services that benefits new parents.