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 starter 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.

I am a husband and father of two children. My interests include watching Philadelphia sports, reading, TV/movies, and general self-improvement.