About Dr. Sami
Dr. Sami works with children and teens who are struggling with anxiety, mood disorders, social difficulties, adjustment difficulties, self-esteem, behavioral difficulties; and works with neurodivergent individuals. Her goal is to meet each client where they're at, offer affirmative care, and incorporate their individual interests into therapy.
Specifically, Dr. Sami specializes in working with children, teens, and young adults on the Autism Spectrum who struggle with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, or social difficulties. Dr. Sami is trained in the diagnosis and treatment of autism and is trained in the ADOS-2 administration.
Dr. Sami also has experience offering affirming care to gender variant and/or LGBTQIA youth.
Regarding education and training, Dr. Sami earned her baccalaureate at Arizona State University (ASU) in Psychology and Family and Human Development. She completed her master's (MA) and doctoral (Psy.D.) degrees at the Arizona School of Professional Psychology (ASPP) in Clinical Psychology. She has trained in a variety of settings, including private practice, in-home behavior therapy, school counseling, community mental health, and adolescent inpatient residential treatment settings.
Curriculum Vitae (07.2020)
treatment for . . .
Bullying & Self-Esteem
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