SCOTTY P INSPIRATION
Scotty's Radio Show
Check out Scotty on Live Radio 860 AM and wwdbam.com
Check out Scotty's online published articles
Defeat negative thinking with Scotty's inspirational videos!
Check out Scotty's "The Lens Of Hope Podcast"
Watch Scotty speak at The Minding Your Mind and Philadelphia Phillies "Strikeout the Stigma" event
Catch Scotty's Appearance on "Good Day Philadelphia" Fox 29 News
Scotty P's Mission...
My passion is to educate people on the importance of their own mental health, while providing them with legitimate practices to acknowledge, identify and overcome negative thinking that holds them back. Through a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy practices and a compassionate touch, I aim to inspire others by using real-life stories, motivating examples, and fact-based strategies. I feel that validating one's own struggles is the first step towards breaking through the negative strongholds occupying the mind.
What People Are Saying...
Lisa, Tri Sigma Sorority President, James Madison University (A Minding Your Mind Sponsored Event)
Scott was an incredible presenter! All of the girls that attended couldn't stop raving about his presentation and his speaking ability. Scott was super relatable and his genuine demeanor made every single person in the audience feel like he was talking directly to them. We will absolutely be bringing Scott back to speak!
Jodi De Luca, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Colorado
“Scott possesses an exceptional combination of natural talent and acquired skills which make him one of America’s youngest and highly admired mental health inspirational speakers. At 26, Scott has more than earned the right to inspire others of all ages with his quest to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health.
IPS Supervisor, CORA Services, PA (A Minding Your Mind Sponsored Event)
Scott was an incredible speaker and made quite the impression on the youth he presented to last week at CORA. We really appreciate the vulnerability, compassion, and hope he expressed during his presentation. I will absolutely be recommending him to speak to similar organizations and I hope we can have him back to CORA in the future.