Sam Hartman, LAPC
Associate Professional Counselor
Associate Professional Counselor in the State of Georgia
Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Valdosta State University
Masters of Science in Clinical/Counseling Psychology from Valdosta State University
Masters Internship at Valdosta State University’s Counseling Center
Member of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of GA
Treats a wide range of mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, emotion regulation difficulties, self-esteem work, and relationship concerns
Provides individual therapy for pre-teens, adolescents, and adults
Samantha Hartman is an Associate Professional Counselor is currently practicing under the direction of Dr. Lisa Korey, Psy.D. and the supervision of Amanda Marks, LPC, CPCS.
Sam draws upon an integrated approach to treatment in working with adolescents, young adults, and adults of all ages. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and the Transtheoretical Model (TMM) are some of the primary orientations utilized when working with individuals in adolescence through adulthood; however, Sam always tailors therapy to the individual person, circumstance, and their desired goals. She actively works with clients to make progress towards their goals and create long-lasting change through not only collaboration, but by creating a trusting, genuine, and authentic environment. Sam is dedicated to providing the best standard of care for her clients through the latest research, continuing education, and staying up to date on the best practices of therapy.
Sam has experience with providing therapy and assisting with psychological testing. Previously, Sam has experience working at a university counseling center where she treated a variety of difficulties ranging from depression, anxiety, and self-harm to various trauma-related disorders and personality disorders. Additionally, Sam has experience with crisis intervention, treating/monitoring suicidality, and engaging in outreach programs. Throughout Sam’s career she has also published articles on emotional dysregulation and presented original research at numerous conferences. She presently counsels individuals who are experiencing life transitions, mood disorders, self-esteem issues, relationship problems, personality disorders, emotional difficulties, grief, or simply those who wish to improve their life experience. Sam tailors her therapeutic approach to meet the unique needs of every client.
In her free time, Sam may be found cuddling with her cat, spending time with friends, travelling, or reading. She also enjoys cooking and trying new types of cuisine.