Sam works with individuals and couples in relational and collaborative ways. She specializes in treating trauma, depression, and anxiety and its impact on her patients’ relationships, sex lives, and capacity for intimacy. Sam finds working with creatives, women in leadership roles, LGBTQAI folks, polyamorous/non-monogamous individuals and couples, and people with alternative spiritual practices deeply fulfilling and offers all of her patients a judgement-free environment within which to connect. Her work is attachment-focused and rooted in the belief that feeling truly seen and heard holds the radical potential for healing. Sam received a Bachelor of Arts in Critical Theory and Studio Art from Sarah Lawrence College and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from Smith College in 2011.