Dr. Scott Koenig, Psy.D. is a licensed Psychologist providing individual, couples, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. In addition, as an Educational Advocate, Dr. Koenig provides his expertise to ensure his clients receive the appropriate services and accommodations, setting them up for success to reach their academic and/or social-emotional potential. This includes both services and accommodations throughout elementary, middle and high school, and both pre and post college exams. Dr. Koenig assists his clients in helping them recognize and reach their potential and become the best version of themselves.
Dr. Koenig recognizes that every person is unique and uses an individualized, yet eclectic approach to treatment. He believes in helping clients leverage their strengths, while at the same time working through their emotional pain and/or behavioral concerns. He also views the therapeutic relationship as collaborative and will work with you to create a treatment plan that specifically addresses your needs. It is Dr. Koenig’s goal to provide a safe, secure, and confidential environment where you can share your thoughts and feelings without fear of judgment.
Some of Dr. Koenig’s specialty areas include: anxiety, depression, educational advocay, fostering healthy communication and resolving relationship conflicts, anger management, support for children and teens with special needs, ADHD, parent education and training, behavior modification, enhancing social skills, self-esteem concerns, life transitions, substance abuse, adjustment concerns and general personal growth.
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