Bryce Scottron, M.A., M.Ed

Doctoral Psychology Intern he/him/his


Bryce Scottron is a Doctoral Psychology Intern from the University of Massachusetts Boston where he is attaining a Ph.D. in School Psychology. Throughout Bryce’s professional journey, he has been fortunate to engage with a wide array of individuals representing diverse demographics, encompassing varying ages, genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, socio-economic backgrounds, and religious/spiritual beliefs. These experiences have taken place in multiple settings, such as university counseling centers, elementary and secondary schools, hospitals, community mental health clinics, and private practice. The focal point of his work has predominantly centered around individuals grappling with an array of challenges, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, relationship complexities, grief, trauma, navigating difficult life transitions, managing sport and occupational performance demands, contending with low self-esteem, addressing communication difficulties, and coping with decision-making fatigue. Bryce’s clinical approach draws heavily upon a multicultural humanistic perspective, which underscores the client’s inherent capacity and drive to effect positive change. This perspective is thoughtfully integrated with elements from solution-focused and psychodynamic approaches to create a comprehensive framework. His primary objective is to facilitate a profound exploration of your emotions and strengths, allowing you to derive personal significance and cultivate a robust self-identity. In his free time, Bryce enjoys binging on Netflix, exercising, salsa dancing, exploring Reno’s parks and museums, trying new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends.