“We have not even to risk the adventure alone
for the heroes of all time have gone before us.
The labyrinth is thoroughly known ...

Welcome

Deciding to start therapy is a courageous choice to turn around and face your fears, a decision that most do not make.  So it is with sincere respect that I welcome you to this space, no matter who you are or what you are going through. Whether you’re feeling anxious, sad, angry, scared, numb, or depressed, you’re welcome here. No matter if your troubles feel really big or seemingly minor, you are welcome here. No matter if you’re looking to explore the depth of life’s mysteries, or wanting to start a new habit, you are welcome here. Regardless of your sexuality, spirituality, race or ethnicity, you are welcome here. Here, you will be treated as a fellow traveler on your own unique path to wholeness. Here, there is compassion for what you’ve been through with a focus on your heart’s deepest desire: to experience the love, depth, and brilliance of your true being. Welcome!

 

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...And where you had thought to be alone, you shall be with all the world.” - Joseph Campbell

What I Offer

Brené Brown’s Research on wholeheartedness showed that quality of life is directly correlated with the degree to which people are courageous enough to be vulnerable in all aspects of their lives...and I agree!
The commonality of our “insanity” is the humor to be found in therapy.
Exploring the depths of what philosophy, spirituality (particularly the non-dual spiritualism of the east), and psychology have to offer to seekers of genuine and lasting happiness.

About Scott L. Fenton, PsyD

A licensed clinical psychologist serving the greater Madison, Wisconsin area, Dr. Fenton specializes in presence-based therapy. He has completed trainings in EMDR and Hakomi Therapy, and is familiar with other mindful, somatic-based therapies. He is currently working towards his advanced certificate in EMDR through the Personal Transformation Institute.

"I love this work because it affects me, I am not a casual observer. Good therapy is a mutual process.

“In my mind, a good therapist doesn’t pretend to know the path of others. Rather, because they have themselves been lost so many times before, they know something about paths, about the deep, dark woods, and about finding one’s way. And they know the importance of a trusted companion.”

Scott's mission as a therapist is to meet people exactly where they are and create an environment of absolute acceptance. In such a space, where even the most vulnerable and fragile parts of ourselves feel safe and appreciated, a natural capacity for regulation, healing, strength, and wisdom comes effortlessly to life.

To learn more about Scott and his approach to therapy, click here.

There is No Test

I don't know if all dreams are significant, but it does seem that some dreams have something important to tell us. Through the unique and universal symbols in our lives, dreams are a way for our unconscious to speak with us in our less guarded state of sleep. The meaning and depth of significant dreams can sometimes take days, weeks, even years to unfold. But other times what a dream has to say can be quite transparent, and it is of this latter kind that I'd like to share with you. 

Effective (and Humorous) Meditation Instruction

I can't recommend this video by Eckhart Tolle enough. For me, it's been a game-changer. Mr. Tolle describes the most effective approach to experiencing presence I have ever heard, and he does so with clarity and humor. If you don't have time right now to listen to it, click on the link and bookmark it. Then, make an appointment with yourself to give it a listen. You'll be glad you did.

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All I plead with you is this: make love of your self perfect
- Nisargadatta Maharaj - I Am That

Take the Next Step

I want you to be matched with the best therapist for YOU. Why not give me a call or send me an email? I'm happy to talk with you on the phone for a brief, initial conversation, free of charge. 

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