We recently celebrated National Stress Awareness Day (as if we all weren’t already aware of our stress!). Seriously, though, it is important to shine a light on the increasing amount of stress that plagues many of us on a regular basis. In addition to the conflicts that can come up when we’re fighting an eating … Read More
Articles by Trisha Scott MSW, LCSW
Originally from beautiful upstate New York, Trisha earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work & Criminology and Master’s degree in Social Work at Florida State University (Go Noles!). She moved to North Carolina in 2011 and joined Carolina House’s staff that year. Since then, Trisha has served in multiple clinical roles. She has almost fifteen years of experience working with clients in need within several populations, including eating disorder treatment, crisis intervention, forensic social work, incarceration and court involvement, adolescents, and mood/anxiety disorders. Trisha is a strong advocate for creative expression and embraces the arts in her work with clients, including music, poetry, art, and writing. She also believes in evidence-based and trauma-informed care, and is trained in many treatment modalities. In her free time, Trisha enjoys being outdoors, singing, and attending as many Seminole sporting events as possible. She loves spending time with her family, the performing arts, and playing with her pet turtle Shelly.