Alexandra Scott, Psy.D.

 

Alexandra Scott, Psy.D., completed her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Georgetown University. Dr. Scott obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Fuller School of Psychology in Pasadena, California.  Dr. Scott has provided therapy in a variety of settings, including private practice, in-home, university counseling, community mental health and within a church counseling center.  She has experience providing psychological assessments and therapy to clients with issues related to attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety, depression, autism spectrum disorders, identity issues, parent-child interaction, learning disabilities, behavioral issues, trauma, grief, faith and spirituality, cultural issues and interpersonal concerns.  Dr. Scott has significant experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds. She has a strong interest in working with clients who feel like they, “don’t fit in” and are seeking acceptance, connection, and belonging.  Additionally, Dr. Scott is a former Division I soccer player and provides counseling to client’s facing challenges associated with the participation in competitive athletics.

Dr. Scott is passionate about providing interactive and solution-focused support to children, adolescents, young adults, and families.  Her therapeutic approach is collaborative and empowering and she takes great pride in providing families with concrete information that helps them meet their goals and improve their overall quality of life.