"Growth and Connection"
Scott comes to Arubah as a Master of Social Work student at the University of Minnesota. He found his way to this field through his relational work with unhoused individuals and families in Wisconsin and Vermont. He believes that the practice of therapy can spark change and healing. Scott is also committed to challenging systems of oppression. Prior to his current work, Scott earned his Bachelor's degree in US History and International Studies from the University of Wisconsin. Scott is a lifelong runner and coaches cross country in Soint Paul.
Camille has her Bachelor's in Psychology and a minor in Human Development. Camille is currently in her foundation year in the Master of Social Work program at Augsburg University. Camille believes that each person she works with has the potential to improve their current situation, placing emphasisis on the strengths-based perspective. Camille has a passion for helping others and enjoys working with children. In her free time Camille enjoys going to the gym when she has the time, reading and spending time with friends.
Elly is a master’s student at Adler Graduate School who is currently working towards her Marriage and Family Therapy degree and licensing. She believes that therapy can be beneficial for all. During sessions Elly embraces a positive attitude and provides a non-judgmental comfortable atmosphere offering encouragement towards finding a better self. Elly uses Person Centered, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), and a Narrative approach that is empowering and optimistic. In her free time she likes to travel, hike/walk, garden, ride horse, or anything that is outdoors and active.