Scott L. Fenton, PsyD
Optimal living comes from true healing
Whether you're struggling just to get through the day, or simply noticing a vague, undefinable longing for...something, you are not alone. The craving to fully Be is universal. I practice mindful, presence-based therapy because it truly addresses the whole person. Furthermore, it is the only therapy I know of that assumes love, peace, strength, courage, gratitude, and more, to be your core nature, and the result of true healing.
Help without the condescension.
Asking for help can be one of the hardest, most vulnerable things we can do. We have all received "help" that has left us wishing we had never asked! This is why, whether you are seeking psychotherapy, personal coaching, group work, education, or consultation, it is my vow that you will be treated with warmth, dignity and respect. My primary job is to be truly present with you. My job is to help you find the right answers for you.
Being Present is Effective
More and more Research demonstrates that mindfulness-based therapies are effective at treating an ever-widening variety of issues. My experience bears this out as well. I have enjoyed seeing the benefits of my approach to therapy with the following concerns:
- Spiritual searching
- Relationship difficulties
- Trauma (both obvious and subtle)
- Feeling "stuck"
So why not give me a call or send me an email? I'm happy to talk with you on the phone for a brief (20 minutes or so), initial conversation at no charge to you. I am LGBTQ friendly, and welcome all ethnicities, spiritual practices, and political persuasions!
"When you get the "blanket thing" (that you are that which makes up everything), you'll see that everything you've ever wanted and wanted to be you already have and are." - I (Heart) Huckabees