Read articles from Dr. Scott on pertinent child well-being topics.
- Teen Suicide
- Medication Pros and Cons
- Growing Hope Through Strong Families
- Core Strengths for Healthy Child Development
- Core Strength - Attachment
- Core Strength - Self-Regulation
- Core Strength - Affiliation
- Core Strength - Awareness/Attunement
- Core Strength - Tolerance
- Core Strength - Respect
- Child Laughter and Brain Development
- Filling Your Child's Emotional Bucket
- Fostering Resilient Children
- Teen Parties and Alcohol
Dr. Pam Scott (PhD, MSW, LISW-S, LICDC) is the Director of Clinical Development for The Buckeye Ranch. She earned both her MSW and PH.D. in Social Work from Arizona State University. Prior to entering the social work profession she worked in early childhood education, focusing on the impact of poverty on early childhood development. She has worked with children and families in community mental health both in Arizona and Ohio. At The Buckeye Ranch she works across the agency training supervisors, clinicians and students in clinical work as well as participating in program development and oversight of the ongoing quality of the services we offer our children and families. In addition to her work at The Buckeye Ranch, Dr. Scott also teaches at The Ohio State University and previously at Capital University in their social work programs.