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Sam Jeune

Intern

Sometimes life feels like a lot, but we don't have to go through it alone. I believe we don’t only heal on our own but in relationship with others. The therapeutic relationship can be one of the most healing relationships, providing a space for vulnerability, humor, growth, and radical acceptance. It is an honor to be a witness to the evolution of your journey of self-discovery. I want to be there for the highs and lows and everything in between. My practice is holistic, meaning that I draw upon many therapeutic approaches and theories that address mind, body, and spiritual wellness.

 

As a therapist, I aim to provide a safe and supportive environment to look at the inner workings of yourself and also process the various things that impact your life on an individual and structural level. I have experience in trauma-informed case management for immigrants and refugees dealing with trauma.

 

My approach is client centered and strength based. I also incorporate creative and body-centered practices into sessions to invite different ways of processing feelings and emotions. My hope is that the space we co-create allows you to go deep and become empowered to work on your goals. I look forward to supporting you, wherever you are on your journey!

pronouns: she/her
email: sam@walnutpsychotherapycenter.com

Education and Training

MSW Candidate • Temple University

BA in Women's and Gender Studies • West Chester University

Areas of Focus

 

Anxiety, racial stress or identity, stress management, depression, sexual identity, trauma & PTSD, mood disorders, chronic illness and pain management

Theoretical Orientation

  • Psychodynamic

  • Trauma-informed

  • Client-centered

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