Scott Cypers, PhD
Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychologist
Director of Stress and Anxiety Programs
Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center FAMILY provider
BA, Emory University, Atlanta
PhD, University of Southern California
Clinical Residency, UCLA Student Psychological Services
Clinical Postdoc, Mounsour Counseling Center
Treatment Focus: Mood and anxiety issues, phase of life, identity, and transitional issues, sport and performance issues.
Scott Cypers, PhD, is the Director of Stress and Anxiety programs at the Helen and Arthur E Johnson Depression Center. His primary clinical and research interests focus on anxiety and stress-related issues, especially improving outcomes around anxiety treatment and building innovative anxiety treatments. Dr. Cypers has worked for the past 13 years in various clinical roles including as the Director of Anxiety and Stress Programs at Children’s Hospital Colorado, as a psychologist working with active duty military at Buckley Mental Health, as well as working for many universities in student health services in various roles. At each place he has worked, Dr. Cypers has built innovative programs to address the range of mental health issues, most notably in the areas of stress, anxiety and promoting help-seeking behaviors.
Dr. Cypers enjoys all forms of sport and exercise, laughing, as well as spending time with his family and three children who are 12 years old and under.