Samantha is a fully licensed clinical social worker who specializes in working with children and young adults with ADHD, Autism, behavior difficulties, anxiety, depression, trauma, and conduct disorders. With extensive experience working in both school and clinical settings, Samantha has previously provided behavior therapy to children with autism, and therapy services for students with emotional, behavioral, and attention difficulties as a school social worker. She also specializes in helping young adults and women struggling with postpartum depression/anxiety, academic concerns, trauma, neurodivergence, parenting support, relationship difficulties, and divorce adjustment. Samantha uses a behavior-focused, cognitive-behavioral, person-centered, and strengths-based approach. She is committed to helping her clients apply evidence-based clinical behavioral strategies and healthy coping skills in practical and realistic ways that fit their everyday lives. Samantha received both her Bachelor of Science in Psychology Degree , and MSW Degree from Eastern Michigan University. She is a mother of two boys, ages 3 and 6, and an oversized Goldendoodle named Fiona. Samantha's youthful energy and positivity make her a big kid at heart, and her passion for helping families, children, and individuals achieve their goals shines through in the positive relationships she builds with her clients.