Scott Haslam is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Independent Marriage and Family Therapist. He graduated with his BS in Psychology from Weber State University and with his MA.Ed. in Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy from the University of Akron. He previously worked as a Multisystemic Therapist (MST) offering intensive, in-home services to families with youth at risk for being removed from the home. He has experience in crisis intervention, family dynamics, parenting skills, parent-child interactions, and working with multiple systems including schools and juvenile detention. He has experience and education in working with trauma, although he is not a certified trauma therapist. His main interests are working with couples who are experiencing marital issues, children and youth with emotional and behavioral issues, and adults experiencing depression, anxiety, and relational issues.