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Stacey Y. Scott, PsyD, LCP

Education Experience: PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Regent University. Licensed Clinical Psychologist in VA since 2005. Internship/Residency in Clinical Psychology & Geriatric Psychology at Eden Family Institute in rotation with Hampton Roads Neuropsychology. Director of Clinical Training for Eden Family Institute Predoctoral Internship Training Program. Adjunct Faculty in the PsyD Program at Regent University. Administrator of the First Fruits Crisis Response Team (2001-2007). Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education.

Specialties: Clinical psychology, psychological assessment, research-supported treatments, dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy equine-assisted psychotherapy, crisis response & intervention, grief & loss, cancer & serious illness, telehealth, stress prevention & intervention.

What inspired you to work in this field? Years ago, I had a friend who was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and I became interested in the research and treatment models as she began her therapy. In my time as a Preschool Center Director, I spent a lot of time listening to and helping teachers/assistants who came to me with problems. An undergraduate professor who was a Clinical Psychologist and advisor also helped develop my interest.

What do you do in your free time? Caring for and riding my horse at the NC farm where she lives. Walking and biking on the Outer Banks.

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