Dalton Scott, LPC
Dalton obtained her Master’s in Counseling from Ottawa University and her Bachelor’s degree in social work from Brigham Young University- Idaho.
Dalton takes an integrated psychotherapy approach; empowering individuals to create positive neural pathways through curiosity and compassion, resulting in a decrease in symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and addiction.
Dalton’s areas of specialty lie in treating trauma, aiding in the development of emotional regulation, overcoming addiction, and in healing deep-seated beliefs that fuel shame, impacting self-esteem, self-worth, and self-efficiency.
Through warmth, unconditional empathy and the incorporation of clinical competencies; such as Compassion Inquiry, EMDR, Internal Family Systems Approach and Inner Child Work, Dalton aids clients in nourishing their own innate strengths and addressing the barriers to living one’s most authentic life.
Dalton has been featured on Psychology Today here.
Master of Counseling, Ottawa University
Bachelor of Social Work, Brigham Young University-Idaho