Sam Knight, MA, LADC, Clinical Trainee, earned her Master of Arts Degree from Adler Graduate School in Adlerian Counseling and psychotherapy with an emphasis on clinical mental health counseling. She is here to help others find hope, healing, and self-understanding. As someone who was born into poverty and dysfunction, she knows firsthand about life’s ups and downs and how difficult making a change can be. She has worked with people from all backgrounds and prides herself on making connections.
She strives to help clients feel accepted and understood by providing a collaborative, non-judgmental, authentic experience. Sam believes that you are the expert, and that therapy is a guide to help you process and find solutions to a better life.
Specialties: Addiction, trauma, codependency, negative self-image, self-doubt, mental health issues, behavioral issues, domestic violence, incarceration, emotional issues, relational issues, and anger.
Education: Master of Arts Degree from Adler Graduate School in Adlerian Counseling and psychotherapy with an emphasis on clinical mental health counseling;
Bachelor of Science degree in addiction counseling at Metropolitan State University.