Seanita Scott earned her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Syracuse University. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) at Fuller Theological Seminary. Seanita’s clinical experience ranges from therapy work with adolescent and adult individuals, couples, and families. Most recently, her clinical work involved serving teenagers and their families entrenched in the juvenile justice system. This position enabled her empower teens and their parents to communicate effectively and problem solve in ways that supported emotional success at home and in the community.
Seanita is passionate about supporting clients struggling to manage stress and anxiety, family systems impacted by separation and divorce, teenagers struggling to develop positive coping strategies, and couples working to restore their relationships. She is also passionate about working with clients facing religious/spiritual concerns.
Seanita is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, supervised by Dr. Martin Hsia. She practices in the Glendale office.