Scott Inman M.A.
- Executive Director, My Life Counsel
- Marriage and Family Therapist, M.A.
- Licensed Pastoral Counselor
- Certified Temperament Counselor
Scott serves as the primary marriage therapist for My Life Counsel. Scott has a God-given calling to see families renewed and made whole. He is experienced in couples dynamics, relational satisfaction, and intimacy. Studies and research areas include biblically sound principles developed from Gottman's research (1972 - present), Maslow's (1954) Hierarchy of Needs theory, Schutz's (1957) Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO) theory, and Arnos' (2000) temperament theory.
Scott Inman holds a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University. He is a licensed minister of pastoral counseling with the National Conservative Christian Church. Scott is a Presidential member in good standing of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Scott has led as Executive Director of a local community outreach program for adolescents and their families for ten years. God used that experience to produce his passion for seeing enriched godly relationships for families. From there, he transitioned to family therapy at a local community counseling facility. Utilizing many learned therapeutic techniques, he counseled parents, children, and teens that were in need of crisis management.