Scott Radzik

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Scott Radzik, MS, QMHP
Scott comes to Juniper Mountain counseling with a varied background in both traditional and non-traditional education and training. Scott began his training 17 years ago in Mindfulness, Gestalt group process work, dream analysis, and Jungian-based self-exploration. In March of 2013, he completed a two year program at Mindful Experiential Therapy Approaches (META) in Portland, with comprehensive training in the Hakomi Method of body-centered psychotherapy, the Re-Creation of the Self (RCS) model of human dynamics, and applications of Trauma and Attachment theory to clinical practice. Scott holds a Master’s degree in Counseling from Oregon State University – Cascades.
Scott’s approach is grounded in the practice of Mindfulness, a cognitive-behavioral evidence-based approach which can be applied to the treatment of a variety of client challenges. Scott has worked with adults, couples, and groups addressing relationship issues, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, addictions, and sexual concerns. Scott believes in the innate resiliency of humans, seeking to facilitate self-empowerment and the realization of choice for his clients while supporting a therapeutic atmosphere of collaboration, encouragement, and compassion.