Samantha is a licensed professional counselor who engages in therapy from a client centered humanistic perspective that cares to understand one’s family history, trauma, relationships with others and self, and the cultural contexts that make up a client’s identity. Samantha likes to tailor therapy to the individual needs of the client and will often utilize educational materials in the form of worksheets and/or books to help facilitate the therapeutic process. Samantha has experience providing therapy to diverse populations struggling with addictions, marital issues, mood disorders, relationships issues, family issues, gender/sexuality issues and more. Samantha has special interest in children and adolescents, young adults, marital communication, and postpartum depression.

Samantha graduated from Northeastern State University with a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2018. She has been working for the past 4 years in community mental health and 2 years with clients that have been discharged from inpatient psychiatric services. Samantha has also been CAMS trained, an evidence-based intervention and treatment to help clients experiencing suicidal ideations. Samantha is available for therapy via telehealth.