Sam is a second-year Masters in Social Work candidate at Boston College. She is a warm and empathetic counselor who believes that all of her clients have the knowledge and abilities to feel more at peace and balanced in their daily lives. She views counseling as an opportunity for both her and clients to explore different perspectives, talk through emotions and to connect with other people.
Sam works with folks experiencing anxiety, depression, life transitions, trauma and stress management. She has experience working with survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence and has been a crisis counselor and advocate with various agencies the past five years. She believes her clients are the experts of their lives and is passionate about focusing on, amplifying and advocating for client's goals. Sam is a white, cisgendered queer woman working from a feminist, anti-racist perspective that honors and champions multiple perspectives.
The modalities that inform Sam's work with clients are person-centered therapy, CBT, narrative therapy and solution focused therapy.
Because she is an intern, Sam cannot accept insurance for therapy sessions. We offer a payment of $40/session to work with an intern, but unfortunately this is not reimbursable by insurance.