Over the coming weeks we want to introduce you to members of CRR’s Clinical Team who you may not yet know. This week we invite you to take a few minutes to get to know a little bit more about Scott Bradley.
Scott is a resident in counseling, pursuing licensure in professional counseling in the state of Virginia and is currently in his residency. After working with adolescents in and out of the church for over 18 years, both domestically and abroad, he earned his Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University. His experience walking alongside teenagers and their families through a wide variety of crisis and trauma situations—as a youth pastor and as an intensive services clinician—has shaped his passion for helping people heal. He additionally has extensive experience supporting families through times of difficult transition, such as moving or the loss of a parent.
Scott specializes in crisis and trauma counseling and is training to develop a specialization in treating sex addiction. He is committed to helping both adolescents and adults adjust their thinking through cognitive behavioral therapy so they can make healthy decisions and move past painful experiences.
He is a certified facilitator for the PREPARE/ENRICH relationship assessment and a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
When Scott is away from his office, the odds are pretty good that you will find him somewhere on a golf course or in front of a TV cheering on his beloved New York Yankees and West Virginia Mountaineers (cue Country Roads) while enjoying ice cold Dr. Pepper. A few items on Scott’s bucket list include attending a race at every NASCAR track, participating in a cattle drive from Texas to Montana (a la Lonesome Dove), hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, and exploring the Scottish homeland of William Wallace.