Sami Hamann, MS, LPC, is a licensed professional counselor. She holds a bachelor’s degree in vocational rehabilitation, as well as a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from UW-Stout.
Sami’s experience has been in private practice and higher education counseling. Her philosophy is grounded in interpersonal and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques, as well as mindfulness and grounding skills, with a person-centered approach.
Sami’s focus is to help guide individuals and their families through life stressors, while processing thoughts and emotions to implement change. She strives to provide a warm and empathic environment, with active listening to build rapport ensuring individuals feel important and heard.
Clients Samantha Works With
- LGTQIA+ Individuals
- Anxiety and Depression
- Trauma and Abuse
- Eating Concerns
- Relationship Issues
- Gender Identity/Gender Expression
- Mood Disorders
- Adjustment/Life Changes
- Substance Use
- Obsessive Compulsive Behaviors
- Suicide/Self-Injury Prevention