Samuel is passionate about helping people live truthfully in a complex and often messy world of relationships. It’s easy to lose who we are in a marriage, families, workplace, or other relational setting. Through professional counseling, interpersonal coaching, writing, and speaking, Samuel works to engage people in the challenges of life.
He is a licensed professional counselor in private practice working with men, women, and couples around the issues of relationships, codependency, addictions, shame, and faith. He holds a Masters of Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology in Seattle, Washington, and a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Prior to becoming a counselor, He worked in technology and spent 5 years volunteering at a local church as a lay counselor where he facilitated marriage enrichment groups, pre-marital counseling, and led men’s small groups. He resides in the Middle Tennessee area with his wife and their 4 kids.