Scott Rein, LCPC Clinical Supervisor

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Introducing Therapy Etc's Clinical Supervisor

Scott Rein is a dedicated counselor with a profound commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of others. With a deep appreciation for the inherent beauty and uniqueness of every individual, Scott considers it a privilege to walk alongside his clients on their journey towards growth and transformation. 

Drawing from a diverse range of therapeutic modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, and more, Scott creates a nonjudgmental space where clients can authentically explore their emotions and challenges. He places great emphasis on validation and curiosity, recognizing emotions as valuable sources of insight for enhancing quality of life. 

Scott holds a Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Concordia University Chicago (River Forest, IL), and is a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) in the state of Illinois. With over a decade of experience, Scott has honed his skills in conducting psychotherapy across various clinical settings, specializing in working with youth, emerging adults, adolescents, and families. 

Looking forward to the privilege and opportunity to serve as Therapy Etc. Clinical Site Supervisor, Scott provides comprehensive supervision and training to counseling staff, fostering a culture of excellence and client-centered care. In this role, he collaborates closely with Therapy Etc. team to shape organizational values and ensure the delivery of high-quality services. 

Scott is deeply committed to advocating for holistic well-being and driving positive outcomes for his clients. He looks forward to continuing his work in the mental health field and exploring opportunities to provide therapy, education, training, and supervision in school settings and beyond, furthering his impact on current and future clinicians.



Chronically self-aware clients


Men's health

children, teens, young adults