Donna Scott, MSW, LCSW
Donna Scott is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, receiving her MSW at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (1985). She worked at the Developmental and Genetic Center in Knoxville where she supported parents of children with medical and developmental issues. She taught courses in social work at Judson University. She led a program that trains people in the art of listening and companioned with others as they share their stories, discover meaning and purpose, and find hope in transformation and healing.
At the Mansio Center, Donna specializes in women’s issues, trauma, grief, anxiety, depression, and self-esteem/identity issues. She provides a safe environment to foster healing of old wounds and the space to explore new ways to live more fully. She is particularly interested in the integration of psychology, spirituality and the connection with the body, providing a holistic view of healing and transformation.
In her work with clients Donna values a relational approach, narrative and cognitive perspectives as well as the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model to bring awareness to places that often feel stuck. She is passionate about her own inner work and brings that same passion as she journeys with others who seek change.
Donna loves spending time in nature, hanging out with her husband and friends, and staying connected to her 2 grown children. She loves a good book, running, and space and stillness to just be.