Samantha Krueger, LLMSW
Samantha specializes in working with both adults and children presenting with adjustment disorders, relationship issues, and mood disorders, along with depression, and anxiety.
She has worked extensively with individuals who struggle with ADHD, and other learning disabilities, disruptive disorders, and ASD-related challenges. She also has experience working with children who display defiant and aggressive behaviors in the school setting and at home by helping to understand their triggers and teaching them self-regulation techniques and re-framing strategies.
Samantha says, “Living in today’s society with its ever-changing expectations can be very challenging. I strive to work with individuals to reach their highest potential, and to overcome barriers that may be hindering their growth. ”
Samantha is a graduate of Wayne State University with a Master of Social Work degree. She received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work with a minor in Psychology from Saginaw Valley State University.
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