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Scott Morrow MSW, LCSW


I specialize in working with adults who are seriously looking to make meaningful changes in their life by overcoming internal and interpersonal barriers. I work with adults to overcome barriers caused by depression, situational and major anxiety disorder, serious and persistent mental illness, stress, and issues stemming from life changes. I feel accomplished as a clinician when a client achieves their goals and is able to function independently without the crutch of therapy.

I use a number of therapeutic approaches to support my clients in achieving their goals through goal setting and monitoring, psychotherapy, solution focused brief therapy, psycho education, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, coping skill development, positive support, and intervention. I will not only help you make personal changes, but work to examine your environment and will help you to adapt your world to work for you.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who was born and raised in St. Louis Missouri.  I have worked in hospitals, outpatient clinics, schools, after school programs, and residential settings.  I have worked with adults, elder aged adults, caregivers, students, and individuals with intellectual disabilities.  Throughout my career, I have worked directly with individual clients, groups, families, and caregivers.  I specialize in helping adult clients that are dealing with behavioral and mental health issues, co-occurring disorders, depression, anxiety, Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia, aging related issues, family conflict, socialization issues, and disability related issues.  I am currently employed at the Alzheimer’s Association, Greater Missouri Chapter, providing care consultation services to support individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia and their families prepare and plan for the disease.

When I am not working with clients, I enjoy playing music in my home studio, tending to my record collection, reading books, working in my garden, watching hockey, and spending time with my dog, Joey.  Scott also enjoys discussing and analyzing media, art, culture, and current events.

If you are interested in working with Scott, call him at 314-492-4242.