Samantha Kline

LGPC, Therapist

Samantha is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) within the State of Maryland who primarily works with teens and adults. Her Interpersonal Therapy (IPT) approach focuses on not only supporting the client’s individualized needs, but helping clients better understand how their relationships with others may be impacting their mental health. Samantha’s goal is to empower client’s to build healthy and safe relationships with others in their community, so that they feel supported in their personal journeys towards bettering their mental health. Samantha additionally integrates expressive art techniques into her work and has a background in working with children, teens, and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through providing Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy.

Samantha earned her Bachelor’s of Arts degree with a major in Psychology from Salisbury University and earned her Masters’ in Clinical Professional Counseling from Loyola University Maryland.

What does "redefining wellness" mean to you?

When I think about redefining wellness, I think about not only personal wellness, but promoting wellness within our personal communities of loved ones and friends. Humans are social creatures by nature, so our ability to find personal clarity and healing can be significantly impacted by the people we surround ourselves with. So, to me, redefining wellness, means securing personal wellness through learning to build healthy, safe, and supportive connections within the community.