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J. Scott Davis

Staff Therapist

Credentials
  • Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor
Practice Locations
  • First Baptist Church Arlington
Life Stages
  • Adolescents, 13-17 years
  • College, Young Adults
  • Adults
  • Seniors, 65+ years
  • Couples
  • Families
Areas of Focus
  • Depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts
  • Faith and spirituality
  • Grief and loss
  • Guilt and shame
  • Identity and self-image
  • Life changes/transitions
Education
  • Master of Arts in Family Psychology, Hardin Simmons University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religion, East Texas Baptist University

Philosophy

My approach to therapy can best be described as holistic, integrative and systemic. Working from these perspectives my focus is on treating the whole person within the context of the systems in which each person is a part of. I approach treatment from the perspective that everything is connected and provides us with important information about how we think, feel and act. I practice from the viewpoint that healing and growth takes place when treating the whole person, focusing on practices that address mind, body and soul. The integrative aspect of therapy brings together the affective, behavioral, cognitive, and physiological levels of functioning, as well as the spiritual dimension of life. Working from the foundation of developing a strong therapeutic relationship, my goal is to provide a healing and supportive place for you in which we work together toward hope, meaning, and new possibilities.

Scott Davis is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has provided services in residential, intensive outpatient and in outpatient settings for over 15 years. Scott has experience working with individual, couples and families. Throughout the course of his work, Scott has been passionate about integrating the psychological and spiritual aspects of life to help others find hope, meaning and purpose through the most difficult times.

Scott enjoys spending time with his family, hiking with their dog, and sitting and having conversation over coffee with those that he loves.

Additional areas of focus:
Anger management
Boundaries
Codependency
Coping with divorce, blended families
Depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts
Faith and spirituality
Family therapy
Grief and loss
Group therapy
Guilt and shame
Identity and self-image
LGBTQ+
Life changes/transitions
Marriage, couples
Men’s issues
Parenting adolescents
Relationship issues
Stress management
Trauma