Scott Shatsky has been keenly attuned and committed to the LGBTQ+ community since 1983 when, at 17, he moved to San Francisco and began his life-long activism fighting for LGBTQ+ rights through ACT UP. Following a long and successful career in entertainment where he produced reality television shows illuminating the challenges of interpersonal relationships, Scott pivoted and earned his master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University. He pursued his clinical training at AIDS Project LA (APLA) in his drive to continue making a substantive difference in the LGBTQ+ community. In his therapy practice, Scott uses an affirmative approach, and his specialties include couples in crisis; individuals adapting to aging, grief, and trauma; and multi-generational family dynamics. His unique perspective brings together his lived experience, empathy, wisdom, and clinical training for the benefit of his clients.