Scott Haynes is a Master’s of Social Work graduate from Pacific University and alumni of the University of Oregon’s Family and Human Services program. His previous work experience includes supporting families and individuals experiencing substance use issues, anxiety management, depression, struggles related to LGBTQ identity and academic stress.
Scott works from a strength-based and ecological framework viewing clients as living in, and being impacted by multiple systems in their life. He believes focusing on the relationship between our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors is key to making positive and healthy life changes to reach personal goals. He works with clients to explore how core beliefs and fear-based thinking patterns impact daily life.
Scott recently moved back to Klamath Falls after living in other parts of Oregon and Colorado for the last decade and is excited to be back in beautiful Southern Oregon. He enjoys hiking and swimming with his 2 year old Germain Shorthaired Pointer, and is an avid gardener.