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Scott Wolfe



Nevada, United States


  • Advanced Gottman Clinical Trainer
  • Consultant
  • Speaker
  • Workshop Presenter


  • Affairs
  • Infertility
  • Premarital

Speaker Expertise:

  • Level 1 Training
  • Level 2 Training
  • Level 3 Training

Available for Speaking

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Dr. Scott Wolfe is a Clinical Psychologist and Senior Certified Gottman Method Couples Therapist, Trainer and Consultant. Dr. Wolfe has specialized in individual and couples counseling for over twenty-five years and has helped hundreds of couples and individuals struggle through their darkest times to find their full potential. Dr. Wolfe has trained with leading family therapists at his predoctoral internship with The University of California, San Francisco- Fresno Medical Education Program and at the California School of Professional Psychology-Fresno (APA Fully Approved) where he completed his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology. Later he was on the Adjunct Faculty there and taught Marital and Family Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on the graduate level.

Available for Consulting

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*Not Accepting Consultees*

Scott is a clinical psychologist who has been specializing in couples, family, and individual therapy for over 25 years. He first became aware of John Gottman’s research when completing his dissertation which was a longitudinal study of how couples adjust over their first year of marriage. He was so delighted to find out in the late 1990s that all of John’s incredible research that he had been reading over the years to inform his work with couples was now the basis of a research-based approach to treating couples. Scott attended the Level 1 training more than 10 years ago and he has been hooked ever since. Scott’s success rate with couples and his confidence in working with them dramatically increased. He became a Certified Gottman Therapist in 2006 and an Art & Science of Love Workshop Leader in 2007. He is also a Certified Gottman Trainer at Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3, and he presents Gottman clinical trainings for professionals on the east coast.

Consulting with clinicians who are pursuing certification is one of Scott’s favorite professional activities. His goal is to foster a safe learning environment where you will feel comfortable using case consultation and video reviewing to share your work and get important feedback. His aim is to help you master the core Gottman interventions necessary for certification and to develop confidence in the use of the Gottman Method. Scott’s style is supportive, collaborative, and very focused on your efforts to complete your goal of certification and to join the international community of Certified Gottman Therapists who are committed to excellence in clinical work with couples.

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