Scott Lilly is a life coach here at LoveCare Counseling. He spent four years in the United States Army, and one year in the Texas Army National Guard. He obtained a Masters of Information Systems degree from University of Phoenix in 2013, and is pursuing a Masters in Pastoral Counseling from Liberty University. He has also received education in Life Coaching/Creation Therapy from Sarasota Academy of Christian Counseling. Scott is also an ordained minister through Christian Global Outreach Ministries. Scott prefers working with young men ages 13+, adult men, and couples.
Through Life Coaching clients partner with their coach in order to improve their life experience. Coaching is different than counseling, because counseling is often meant for those seeking healing from past or current situations. Where as coaching is for people seeking to reach personal goals, spiritual goals, or professional goals to live a more fulfilled life. The coaches job is to provide support to enhance the strengths that the client already has, or doesn’t realize that they already have.
As a husband, father, and minister I believe one of the most important things in our relationships is discipleship. We can all learn from one another and grow in our walk together. The way that we encourage one another, and help each other through life is the way that God intended us to be as the Church. Loving one another through whatever life may bring us to, is what will help us get through it. Our past does not determine our future but our past can help us decide what we want our future to look like, and I hope to be there to help encourage you along the way.
I was born in Roswell, New Mexico, raised in Sterling City, Texas as well as Corpus Christi, Texas. I am married to an amazing wife; we have three awesome adult children and three crazy puppies that keep us entertained.