Scott Cochran

Youth & Family Services
Title: Director, LCSW
Phone: (203) 245-5649

Scott oversees the Madison Youth and Family Services Clinical Department, which includes the Outpatient Clinic, Student Assistance Counseling and Parent Support Counseling programs. His responsibilities include managing the day-to-day operations of the clinical department including receiving referrals and service inquiries, supervising clinical staff, and working as a clinician. Scott can help people who are just beginning to consider the need for counseling and further can inform callers as to the resources available through the Youth Services as well as the larger community, including names and contact information for other mental health professionals and programs. All calls to the clinic are confidential and phone consultation is free.

Scott grew up in Madison and graduated from DHHS in 1986. Scott has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and a Master of Social Work Degree from Southern Connecticut State University. He started with Madison Youth Services as a part-time Clinical Coordinator in 2003, and assumed a full-time role in March 2004. He has worked with a wide range of ages and issues in his career, and has worked primarily with children and adolescents since 1999. Scott has knowledge and experience in working with schools as well as the various child-adolescent systems and values collaboration and creation of support networks around kids and families where they are needed.

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