Scott A.Martin M.A.
Mindfulness Instructor; EFT Practitioner; Transformational Life Coach for Self, Relationships, & Business
For information or to schedule a consult with Scott please contact him at 903-258-3166 (or) by email: email@example.com
or Visit his Coaching website at: www.scottaustinmartin.com
Scott Martin holds a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Texas at Tyler and has been trained and recognized to teach the internationally acclaimed (MBSR) Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction program through the Center for Mindfulness. Scott is trained in Level 3 (EFT) Emotional Freedom Technique, a powerful and empirically based method of gaining freedom from the pain of emotional trauma as well as a powerful tool for removing blocks moving towards life goals. Scott specializes in Mindfulness Based therapies for anxiety, depression, emotional trauma, and stress reduction. He adheres to researched based theories for Couples Coaching merging Emotion Focused Couples Therapy with Gottman based experiential understandings to assist couples in understanding their needs and patterns to work together towards owning a successful relationship.
Scott is an intuitive and dynamic Straight-line leadership Transformational COACH and along with mindfulness and stress reduction is bringing a powerful coaching philosophy to North East Texas for individuals that are highly committed to accomplishing their goals and dreams. His background in Banking, High Ticket Sales, and the Health Industry give him a keen insight into systems efficiency and straight-lining growth.
Scott made East Texas his home in 2004 and lives here with his wife Kerri (A Family Nurse Practitioner practicing here in ETX), and their son Hunter and daughter Abby.
Scott was the founder of the East Texas Mindfulness Society, both a school organization at the University of Texas at Tyler and a community resource promoting mindfulness education in the East Texas area. Scott has taught an Introduction to Mindfulness weekly for the past four years as a community offering and is now interested in working with community leaders to co-author mindfulness programs for specific populations.