About

Therapeutic Philosophy

Live is difficult. We are all in recovery. The space between our ideals and behavior lies our Hero’s Journey. We are emotional creatures that occasionally think. This reactivity causes suffering due to our lack of full integration (Mind, Body, Spirit). What is optional? How long, how deep and who else is affected? We either transmit or transform our pain/suffering. Our activation is a doorway to healing. Awareness breeds options/choices to engage in a way that may provide FLOW (Fun, Loving, Open, Willing). We cannot fully discovery or uncover alone.

Therapeutic Style

Client-centered, strengths-based, motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral, BrainSpotting, educational and presence.

Scott Sweet

Scott grew up in Carmel, Indiana and attended Indiana University (History & Criminal Justice). Obtained a Master’s in Life by traveling for a year after university eventually ending up in Washington, DC (5 years) where he worked (C-SPAN and REI) and met his wife. They moved to Seattle, WA (5 years) and Scott worked for REI enjoying the outdoor activities and industry. First child being born prompted a move back to Indiana where Scott worked for the YMCA. Returned for his Masters in Social Work upon completing some career counseling. Worked for Gallahue Mental Health, IVY Tech and CenterPoint Counseling between 2005-2020. Scott, his wife and two daughters now live in Fishers, Indiana.

P. Scott Sweet

Therapist, LCSW, LCAC

Scott enjoys working with adolescents, adults, couples and families who are facing challenges that affect their quality of life. He feels that he is in the “better” business, as life might not be all that bad, yet we could all benefit from intentions of “being better”.

He sees individuals who struggle with anger, anxiety, depression and mood swings, which may be coupled with addictive thinking or behaviors, to help find calm amidst the chaos in one’s life.

Scott believes couples are a system, yet individually bring their own pain that is transmitted to one’s partner. He is committed to helping couples transform their own pain with the support of their partner to be available to the joys of a committed partnership.

Scott understands the nuances of reactive behavior and brain development, and he helps his clients navigate this difficult passage of understanding brain, mind and relationship integration. This allows one to experience personal growth, freedom and awareness in their life. An emphasis of his work is to invite and develop emotional intelligence skills.

Scott strives to create a safe environment where individuals can explore their issues. With his easy, approachable manner and supportive approach, he helps identify one’s strengths, explore options and rely on their own wisdom.


Professional Experiences

  • Master’s degree from Indiana University School of Social Work.
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW).
  • Licensed Clinical Addictions Counselor (LCAC).
  • Certified Imago Therapist.
  • Provided group, individual and family therapy to adolescents as a Mental Health Therapist at Gallahue Mental Health Center.
  • Co-facilitated a daily Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) for adults with co-occurring disorders.
  • Served as primary therapist for Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for adolescents with co-occurring disorders.
  • Trained at the Center for Mindfulness at University of Massachusetts Medical School for teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR).