Scott Labott (he/him) is a clinical social work intern who does therapy at Hamm Clinic. He believes the best healing work happens when people feel safe in a relationship. Because that looks different for everyone, Scott works from a person-centered and relational approach. He works to honor your experience, including the family and community stories that make you who you are. People typically describe Scott as warm, affirming, and compassionate.
Scott is devoted to working with you to identify and integrate the right approaches to meet your needs. He employs his knowledge of trauma, human development, and power dynamics in all of his work.
Over time, Scott has worked in a variety of spaces, including family housing in Vermont and community organizing in Milwaukee, WI. He received his bachelor’s degree in history and is currently enrolled in the Master of Social Work program at the University of Minnesota.
Scott loves being in nature and has hiked over 2000 miles on the Appalachian Trail. He loves cooking and playing board games with friends. Scott also loves to travel and learn new things. He lives in (and loves) Saint Paul.