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Samantha Frazee, MS, Psy.M.

Therapeutic Style:

I strive to create a therapeutic environment that is safe and comfortable for everyone. I believe in openness and direct communication to help create this environment and what is best for the client. I believe in empowerment and fostering this environment in the therapy room. I believe therapy is a collaborative process and may use techniques such as motivational interviewing, dialectical behavior therapy, solution-focused, and cognitive behavioral therapy. I want the client to feel empowered and comfortable to be themselves and explore their identity.

Professional Interests:

Trauma-informed care, Women’s Issues and Empowerment, Men’s Mental Health, LGBTQ+, Survivors of Domestic/Sexual Violence, Crisis Intervention, Identity Development, Substance Dependency, Anxiety Management, Depression and Life Transitions.

Groups and Liaison Roles:

I will be co-facilitating the Women’s Group for Fall of 2023.

Educational Background:

I have my bachelor’s in communication from Ohio University. I have my master’s in science in Psychology from Tiffin University and just received my second master’s degree in clinical psychology (PsyM). I am in the third year of my Doctorate program (PsyD) at Wright State University.

Personal Interests:

My family and spending time with them is so important to me. I am also a huge football and hockey fan!

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This clinician is currently under clinical supervision.  The supervisor of record is Casey Allen, M.S., who is being supervised by Shawn Levstek, Psy.D., and their license number is P.7350.