Scott's office is located at 708 N 1st Street, #242, Minneapolis, MN 55401

To schedule an appointment with Scott, please call (612) 669-3430



Scott is a licensed psychologist, sex therapist, and sex educator who enjoys working with adults, partners, and families.  He has a warm and compassionate approach to therapy that is guided by the following principles: Life and dignity of the human person, body mind spirit holism, respect for cultural and sexual diversities, collaboration, and transparency.  He specializes in sexual health, sexual development and identity, healing from sexual trauma, sexual diversities, compulsive sexual behavior, sexual assault and abuse recovery, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, alternative sexual behaviors and lifestyles, kink, BDSM, sexual fetishes, polyamory, optimal sexuality, and spirituality.  After receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, Scott completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Program in Human Sexuality at the University of Minnesota Medical School. In addition, he is trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, a body-oriented talk therapy, which uses mindfulness, body awareness, and movement to facilitate healing and transformation from trauma and developmental wounds. Scott is multicultural and LGBTQ affirming. He and his partner have been married for 16 years and have 3 girls they are trying their best to raise.  Scott leads two ongoing therapy groups: 

  • Sexual trauma therapy group.  This group if for women on their journey of healing and transformation from the effects of sexual trauma.  This group offers safe space for women to reclaim their lives and overcome the harm caused by sexual assault, childhood/adolescent sexual abuse, acquaintance/date rape, drug-facilitated sexual assault, incest, sexual exploitation, prostitution, partner sexual assault, and many other situations.  This group is intentionally welcoming to new members and is for all women who self-identify as women, femme, cisgender, trans*, gender queer, non binary, gender non-conforming, & others.  We use a circle process and meet every other Tuesday from 5:15pm-7:15pm.

  • Compulsive sexual behavior therapy group.  This group is for people who are struggling to control their sexual behavior.  Enjoyable sexual behaviors can start to become compulsive, uncontrollable, and incongruent with people‚Äôs values; often leading to risky sexual behavior and relationship problems.  This therapy group meets every Thursday night from 5:00pm-7:15pm.