Dr. Alison Reuter
Dr. Alison Reuter is an Arizona licensed psychologist specializing in neuropsychology. She is a board certified pediatric neuropsychologist (Diplomate, American Board of Pediatric Neuropsychology), and has significant experience in adult and geriatric neuropsychological assessment.
Dr. Reuter completed her doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology at Arizona State University. She completed a one year internship and a two year post-doctoral residency in neuropsychology at Beljan Psychological Services. She earned a Master's degree in Asian Religion from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and Ethics at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois.
In addition to extensive training in neuropsychology, Dr. Reuter has received training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Ericksonian hypnotherapy. She also has broad experience in substance abuse treatment and the therapeutic treatment of individuals with chronic and terminal medical diagnoses. She is a member of the Arizona Psychological Association, National Academy of Neuropsychology, International Neuropsychological Society, Arizona Neuropsychological Society, and the Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona. She is the board vice president of the Arizona Psychology Training Consortium, for which she is also a supervisor and guest lecturer. She was previously a faculty associate with Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions.
In her outpatient practice, Dr. Reuter works with children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Her pediatric specialties include identification of and support for children with gifted intellect, ADHD, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and behavior challenges/disorders. She also provides parent and teacher consultations to help facilitate behavior change within the home and school environments, and carries a caseload of pediatric counseling patients.
Her adult and geriatric specialties include the evaluation of cognitive sequelae of brain injury and other neurological conditions and disorders. Comprehensive testing is personalized to each patient depending on the nature and severity of their cognitive complaints, and coordination with physicians is an integral part of the evaluation and diagnostic process.
In addition to providing private outpatient assessment and consultation, Dr. Reuter also works within an acute inpatient medical setting at Encompass Health Valley of the Sun Rehabilitation Hospital. Dr. Reuter works primarily with adults and geriatric patients in this setting, specializing in evaluation of and support for individuals with acquired brain injuries. Dr. Reuter also provides at-home services for children and adolescents with brain injury, as a part of an interdisciplinary team through Rehab Without Walls’ Home and Community Program.
dr. Scott reuter
Dr. Scott Reuter is a Doctor of Behavior Health and licensed professional counselor in the state of Arizona. He is a national board-certified counselor, an approved clinical supervisor, and a master addictions counselor. Dr. Reuter is the second Dr. Reuter for the The Reuter Center and easily becomes Dr. Scott to avoid being confused with his wife, the first Dr. Reuter. He also enjoys approaching life with an appropriate sense of humor.
Dr. Scott has been a behavioral health provider for over 25 years, receiving his education at the University of San Diego and Arizona State University. This Dr. Reuter works with individual adults, older adolescents and their families, specializes in men's therapies and couples & relationship therapy, integrated care, and clinical training. His years in the field include psychotherapy and counseling in general mental health & adjustment, depression, anxiety, gender differences and concerns, serious mental illness, homelessness, differential diagnosis, co-occurring conditions, organizational psychology, substance use, legally mandated persons, and acculturation concerns. Dr. Reuter has extensive experience in public and private behavioral health care program development and management, student and staff clinical supervision, and clinical directorship.
Dr. Scott is clinically trained in Imago Relationship Therapy and integrates recent developments in relationship therapies. He is specialized in Integrated Care, which is an evidence-based, multidisciplinary team approach that promotes individual wellness at a holistic psychological and physical level. Interventions are designed to enhance positive health outcomes through assessment, reducing risk factors through behavioral and attitudinal change, and enhance protective factors through prevention, maintenance behaviors, emotional adjustment, and management of stress and chronic challenges.
Dr. Scott is an adjunct professor in psychology with Maricopa Community Colleges in the Behavioral Sciences Division and has taught introductory and advanced courses. He has previously served as a faculty associate with Arizona State University's College of Health Solutions.
For the curious, Dr. Scott’s psychological approaches include cognitive-behavioral / REBT, mindfulness, stress physiology, family-relationship systems, and an emotion-existential focus across the lifespan.
His deep past educational and occupational experiences involved the natural and social sciences. Dr. Scott earned his associate's degree from Fullerton College and worked in field and lab settings in oceanographic technology, natural history, ecology, and anthropology. He earned his bachelor’s degree from California State University at Fullerton, majoring in anthropology and minoring in psychology.
Still speaking in the third-person, even though I'm writing this, Dr. Scott’s early foundation in science will continue to inform and guide his approach to behavioral health and contributes to his literacy in real integrated care--he remains a passionate scientist-practitioner of evidence-based counseling and psychotherapy. Given his experiences with the natural world, Dr. Scott remains physically active with outdoor-nature pursuits and views the Earth’s wild, natural places as a primary spiritual support while living within our modern pace.
Thanks for reading, and if we don't meet personally, be well--and Peace.