Scott Boice Joins New Haven as Executive Clinical Director
Scott Boice, LPC has joined the New Haven RTC clinical team as the Executive Clinical Director. Scott earned his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University Hawaii and his Master’s in Counseling from The University of Alabama. Scott brings over twenty years of clinical experience and has held a variety of roles throughout his careers, including Executive Director at a counseling and consulting company, Family Program Director at a wilderness program, Clinical Director at a residential treatment center, and Director of Clinical Services at a well-known boarding school. Most recently Scott worked with InnerChange and Embark in training and consulting roles.
New Haven sought Scott out because of his many strengths and wealth of experience. As a relational therapist, Scott strongly believes in attachment-based treatment modalities. He feels that making strong, healthy connections is an anchor and foundation for individuals and families who are struggling emotionally, behaviorally, and systemically. He also uses cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems, and other evidenced-based approaches. Scott has exceptional skills in providing individual, group, and family counseling to adolescents as well as significant leadership and training experience. He has extensive experience working in the areas of ADHD, mood disorders, effective parenting, trauma, family therapy, health and wellness, addiction and recovery, and anxiety disorders.
About New Haven RTC
New Haven empowers adolescent girls to overcome life’s traumas. New Haven specializes in treating bright and sophisticated girls with complex issues such as traumatic stress, complex family systems, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicidal ideation, attachment, eating disorders, and personality disorders. New Haven’s program is designed to provide world-class clinical services along with college prep academics.