Scott Bullock, LISW-S, LCSW, CEDS

Scott Bullock, LISW-S, LCSW, CEDS

Clinical Director

Scott is a Primary Therapist at Eating Recovery Center of Ohio where he has experience treating eating, mood, anxiety and trauma disorders in both adolescents and adults. Scott has been working in the mental health field since 1992 and has been specializing in Eating Disorder treatment since 2008. Before coming to ERC of Ohio, Scott worked for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center as well as The Lindner Center of HOPE eating disorder program where he served as clinical director for the adolescent program. Scott started his career with Eating Recovery Center as a Clinical Manager of the Residential program in Chicago in 2019, and recently returned to his hometown of Cincinnati this past February. Scott is a certified specialist in eating disorder treatment and has provided many local and regional presentations on the treatment of eating disorders. Scott is also a certified FBT specialist through the Train 2 Treat Institute provided by LaGrange and Locke. While in undergraduate school Scott founded Big Brothers and Big Sisters for the local county and participated in a four-month exchange studies in Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Scott grew up in Cincinnati and received his bachelor’s degree from Wilmington College in Psychology and Sociology. He earned his Master’s in Social Work from The University of Pittsburgh where he served as President of the Student Executive Council and during his internships provided in-home family therapy for at-risk adolescents and family and individual therapy to Vietnam Veterans suffering from chronic PTSD. At Eating Recovery Center of Ohio, Scott leads Process and ERP groups along with providing individual CBT treatment and family therapy. Outside of work, Scott has coached football and softball in his community and enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. He also enjoys the outdoors, hiking, fishing, camping and traveling to new parts of the country and world.

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