Scott A.Martin M.A.
Scott specializes in Radical Relationship Transformation through healing the traumas that created internal dynamics that created our attractions in the first place. The authentic you is intoxicatingly attractive!
Scott is an intuitive transformation coach with a background in a multitude of body-based somatic trauma processing modalities woven together with Robbin/Madannes Strategic Intervention and Straight-line Leadership Coaching Strategies that will get you clear quickly on distinctions that supercharge the velocity and power of change in your life. If you want to change anything, you have to bring awareness to it. When we admit that we are confused, it means our heart is open for change.
For information or to schedule a consult with Scott please contact him at 903-258-3166 (or) by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Visit his Coaching website at: www.scottaustinmartin.com
Professional Background and Therapy Training
Scott received his Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of Texas at Tyler, Texas 2014. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology-Summa Cum Laude from The University of Texas at Tyler 2011.
He has additional training in:
(EMDR) Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing
Emotional Freedom Technique (Level 3)
Somato Respiratory Integration,
The Sedona Method
He is recognized to teach MBSR Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction by the Center for Mindfulness.
He is a qualified Reiki Master/Teacher and a holds a license in Texas as Massage Therapist since 2002 & is a Certified Neuromuscular Therapist.
Scott is a Devotee of the Paramashiva Yoga Divine Lineage and is a practicing Shakti Energy Healer.
Scott has received training through programs for both Straight-line Leadership and Strategic Intervention (Robbins/Maddanes) Coaching.
Scott is a certified Drumbeat facilitator
Scott is considered a specialist in stress reduction, trauma, and relationships.
Scott has taught MBSR in and around East Texas since 2011. He has applied both mindfulness and somatic techniques in group outpatient at BHC, working with Homeless Veterans, had an extensive internship working with inmates at Henderson County Jail, worked with teens, couples and individuals for depression, anxiety, and trauma.
As a relationship specialist he incorporates Gottman, Emotion Focused Couples Therapy, and Human Needs Psychology, as well as frequently working with the trauma that created relationship patterns to begin with.
Scott was the founder of a meet up group 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 lived in East Texas since 2004 and resides here with his wife, Kerri, and their children, Hunter and Abigail.