Great Scott!

28.10.15 | News

Adam ScottWe are incredibly proud to announce that our very own Trauma Focused Therapist and Group Facilitator, Adam Scott, has completed his PhD and is now Dr Adam Scott.
Adam (or do we say Dr Scott now?) first joined the team at Survivors Manchester as a trainee Counselling Psychologist, his second placement of his Doctorate in Counselling Psychology at The University of Manchester.
He spent time working within the prison system, often providing therapy to male prisoners who have experienced Sexual Abuse, and within the grounds of a centre for those affected by eating disorders.
Following on from his placement with us, he joined the Clinical Services Team here, headed up by our Clinical Lead Tom Taylor, and has since taken on a dual role offering 1:1 therapy and as a member of the Safe Room facilitation team.
Survivors Manchester CEO, Duncan, said

I’m incredibly proud of Adam and his achievement. I first met him when he attended a lecture I was giving on sex and sexuality and we found a common ground instantly in talking about the silence that surrounds male survivors. He came on a placement and has worked hard to ensure that he delivers the best possible support and treeatment to those that use our services. He’s a highly valued member of the team and i’m really proud to call him a colleague. Well done Adam, both the board and I are incredibly proud of you, as I know are your colleagues.

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