Kaia Scott, LH
“I believe in treating the whole self.”
I view the patient as an individual, meaning what works for one person may not work for another. I work collaboratively with the patient to identify stuck points and then develop strategies to move past those stuck points. I help the patient identify thoughts and behaviors that cause disruptions in the patient's life and then develop skills to improve the patient's quality of life. I have been interested in helping people since I was a child. I pursued that line of education and found that it was a perfect fit for me. I continue to enjoy working with people to help them better understand themselves and work toward developing new skills to feel better.
I have experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. I have specialized in working with children and adults who have had experiences of trauma, sexual abuse, and assault. I have also worked with people suffering from a variety of problems to include life adjustment, depression, anxiety, and life stress.
Why The Everett Clinic?
I support The Everett Clinic's core values. I wanted to be a part of an organization that believes in providing the best care for their patients within a supportive work environment. The Everett Clinic does just that.