Ericha Scott, PhD, LPCC917
Owner and Clinician in Private Practice in Malibu
Owner and Clinician at E. Hitchcock Scott, PhD, LPCC917
Dr. Scott has 33 years of professional clincial experience and holds various licenses to practice counseling in four states. For 32 years she has worked with complex trauma and dissociation. She has presented and published peer review journal articles and book chapters in the US and abroad on topics regarding addiction, complex trauma and dissociation, self-mutilation and the creative arts therapies. In 1999, her phenomenological research study explored the experiences of dissociative disordered women who self-mutilate. Her data included poetry and a visual art based component. One case study from this work was published by UCLA in the Journal of Arts in Psychotherapy. Her theory regarding the use of the creative arts therapies for those struggling with addiction and complex trauma was published by Haworth Press in The Psychology of Trauma and Addiction. This book chapter was dually published in the Journal of Chemical Dependency that same year. Later, Dr. Scott's chapter was translated and published in the Czech Republic. Dr. Scott has co-authored two chapters in a book for Oxford University Press on the topic of Integrative Addiction Therapies. This book will be part of the Andrew Weil, MD library series and will be released in September 2018. Dr. Scott is the keynote speaker and planning chair for the new creative arts therapies educational track for the West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders 2018 in Palm Springs, California. Dr. Scott is an artist, a board certified registered art therapist (ATR-BC), and a registered expressive arts therapist (REAT). In the past Dr. Scott has worked as a clinical director, a core faculty member for a graduate program in counseling psychology, and now enjoys private practice and consulting in Malibu, California. Her web site is www.drerichascott.com.
Sunday, March 25
1:30 PM – 5:00 PM