Scott Fournier, M.S.
Scott Fournier is a master’s-level Vermont rostered clinical mental health counselor. He received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Lyndon State College in 1998 with a concentration in mental health, and a master’s of science in clinical mental health counseling from Springfield College in 2016. He has been in working in the mental health professions for over 18 years.
Scott sees children (8+), adolescents, young adults, and families. His clinical interests include developmental trauma, anxiety, depression, autism spectrum, emotional and behavioral issues, school challenges, and difficulties with family dynamics.
He works with clients and families to create a safe space to allow individuals to understand themselves, improve their communication skills, and work more easily with others in family and group situations. He utilizes psychodynamic and internal family systems models combined with art, movement, and music to assist his clients in releasing trauma and identifying and utilizing adaptive coping mechanisms.
Scott has also regularly facilitated family adoption groups, grandparent groups, superhero self- identity groups, and outdoor groups. His prior work experience includes case management at Northeast Kingdom Human Services, Burke Town School with their autistic program, Cornerstone School, and Lyndon Town School.
His interests outside work include spending time with his wife and daughters, playing guitar, kayaking, and playing disc golf.