Samantha Hamann, MS, LPC


Sami Hamann, MS, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and her Bachelor’s Degree in Vocational Rehabilitation, both from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Sami’s expertise includes providing individual, family, and couple’s therapy to focus on a wide variety of issues including anxiety, depression, eating concerns, relationship issues, LGBTQIA+ exploration, trauma and abuse history, grief and loss, life transitions, and other mental health concerns.

Sami’s experience has been in private practice and higher education counseling. Sami’s philosophy is grounded in interpersonal and cognitive behavioral therapy 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. Sami strives to provide a warm and empathic environment, with active listening to build rapport ensuring individuals feel important and heard.

Sami’s therapeutic interests include:

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

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Samantha Hamann