Faith Scott spent 24 years in the education world as a K-12 Educator and then Elementary Counselor after receiving her Masters Degree in Counseling from Emporia State University in 2011. She has since gone on to complete her course work at Mid-America Nazarene University to become a Licensed Professional Counselor before joining Doors of Hope. She has a wide range of experiences working with children, teens, and families, treating issues with social skills, anxiety, depression, family transitions, school issues, self-esteem, trauma, identity development (cultural, spiritual, sexual, gender identity, etc), religious trauma and deconstruction, empowerment, self-awareness/esteem/
Faith has personal and professional competence working with individuals navigating infertility issues, cultural identity, faith reconstruction, adoption, and grief/loss. Additionally, she is committed to helping with the treatment of addiction and is passionate about recovery and healing.
In her free time, Faith loves writing; both her own and helping others explore their own skills in writing workshops she leads that center around healing, empowerment, recovery, etc. She also enjoys yoga, traveling, and spending time with her husband, Jason, daughter, Zoe. They all love drinking coffee together (especially the good stuff they roast in their very own house!) and hanging out with their funny dogs, Hermie and Olive, and Jupiter, the grumpy cat.
What You Will Pay
My priority will be to establish a fee that is manageable for you and your family. This will be determined at our first meeting, and will be based on income, time of appointment (or flexibility in scheduling), other financial circumstances, etc. My goal is to decrease burdens that stand in the way of you receiving the support you need to the best of my ability.