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Bryan Sampson

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Bryan Sampson, LPC

Bryan Sampson

Greetings, I am M. Bryan Sampson, a seasoned professional dedicated to the art of guiding individuals towards personal growth and fulfillment. With licenses as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Substance Abuse Associate, and National Certified Counselor, alongside a robust educational background including a Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling from Evangelical Episcopal University & Seminary (December 2015) and a Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Asbury Theological Seminary (graduated August 2019), I bring a wealth of expertise to my practice.

Grounded in cultural competence and an unwavering commitment to impartiality, my approach to counseling is characterized by humility and respect. I possess a comprehensive toolkit of clinical techniques, from Christian counseling, cognitive-behavioral methods, Internal Family Systems, to mindfulness-based interventions, enabling me to effectively serve clients from all walks of life.

At the heart of my counseling philosophy lies a dedication to upholding the highest ethical standards and adopting best practices that prioritize the well-being of clients, society, and the counseling profession as a whole.

It is my privilege and passion to accompany individuals on their journey towards healing, growth, and self-discovery. Within the sanctuary of our therapeutic space, I endeavor to foster a sense of safety, support, and empowerment, guiding clients as they navigate life’s challenges and cultivate resilience.

Together, let us embark on a collaborative journey towards holistic well-being and personal transformation. Your aspirations are my priority, and I stand ready to provide the guidance, support, and expertise you need to thrive.

"NO WARRANTY" LEGAL NOTICE: While independent outcomes studies have shown very high recovery rates for indiviuals in our programs, we cannot guarantee recovery for any particular individual. Recovery and future abstinence from addicting substances and the effects that such substances may have on the individual or their life, actions, or their future are entirely dependent on the individual and how well they apply the principles we have taught them. We are an educational institution, and how the individual in our program learns from what they are taught and modeled here, is totally up to them. Individuals who stay the full term (until graduation) have much better long-term recovery from addicitons than those who do not.