Meet the Maryland House Detox Treatment Staff
At Maryland House Detox, we understand that the beginning stages of the recovery process are the most crucial and important times. That’s why we’re committed to helping you ease into sobriety in comfort and dignity. The detox process from years of drug and alcohol abuse can be both intimidating and challenging. But at Maryland House Detox, you or your loved one is in good, experienced hands. Our team is comprised of experts in the addiction treatment field who boast years of hands-on experience in the medical detoxification and addiction treatment process. The staff at Maryland House detox has years of experience, knowledge, and compassion for those seeking recovery from addiction. Let us help you achieve your goal of a successful detox and set the ever-important groundwork to build a foundation setting you up for long-term sobriety!
C. Scott Dehorty, LCSW-C
C. Scott Dehorty is a licensed certified clinical social worker (LCSW-C) and therapist who brings over 20 years of experience in the field to his role as executive director at Maryland House Detox, a part of Delphi Behavioral Health Group. Specializing in substance abuse, mental health, and chronic pain management, Scott utilizes a cognitive behavioral approach and draws largely from mindfulness-based practices when treating patients in all stages of recovery. Scott received his master’s degree in social work (with a focus on clinical mental health counseling) from the University of Maryland and his bachelor’s degree in human services & psychology from Elon College in North Carolina.
Before joining Maryland House Detox, Scott spent the past two decades working in various roles within the field, serving as a psychotherapist in his own private practice, a pain recovery program manager, psychiatric social worker within a pain treatment program, a clinical director, a crisis/admissions counselor, and more. Scott has also played an active role within the mental health and addiction community, servicing as a presenter for various conferences including The Johns Hopkins Hospital Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Senate Employee Assistance Program, Delaware Professional Counselors Association, Addiction Professional Summit, Harford County Trauma Institute, among others. Scott has appeared on various media outlets discussing issues surrounding mental health, chronic pain, and opioid addiction including Fox 45 Baltimore, Straight Talk with Mike Gimbel, and Psychology Today, as well as contributed to the book Love First: A Family’s Guide to Intervention.