Samantha Beaumont Marriage Family Therapist

Sam Beaumont

Marriage & Family Therapist

What You'll Learn About Samantha Beaumont

Focus On Family

Samantha understands that there is no simple, textbook definition for “family”. 

She believes that personal beliefs and experiences uniquely shape each person’s reality of what family is and champions a healthy family, no matter what form or definition it may have.  

Believes Almost Every Issue Misunderstanding

Samantha believes that almost every family issue can be traced back to misunderstanding or miscommunication – which leaves family members feeling lonely and unheard. 

She maintains that miscommunication and isolation are avoidable culprits of many issues within families, especially with children and aims to help parents, children, and families in navigating this.

“I believe that one of the most important reinforcements for an individual is to feel supported by your family. As a child, the way you fit into your family lays the foundation for your self-esteem for the rest of your life, as a teenager or young adult, a perception of support and safety can catapult an individual to attaining their most difficult goals, and in later life, your family belonging is what keeps you grounded.”

Call it A Family

“Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family: Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one.” — Jane Howard

Whether “family” means a traditional family unit, a nontraditional, single-parent, same-sex parent or co-parent family, an adoptive or foster family, a multigenerational family, or even a group of roommates who consider themselves family, Samantha knows the importance of these relationships and the effect they have on people’s lives. 

She helps clients work through parenting struggles related to behavioral issues, deciding if divorce is the right option for a marriage, communicating more effectively, and many other family-based therapeutic focuses. 

You Are Strong Enough

Samantha believes that “anyone is capable of anything if they have the right support system”. 

Sometimes life knocks the breath out of you and you’re not sure how to get back up. Samantha is here to help you find your own strength and rise back to your feet. 

“Pain is a pesky part of being human, I’ve learned it feels like a stab wound to the heart, something I wish we could all do without, in our lives here. Pain is a sudden hurt that can’t be escaped. But then I have also learned that because of pain, I can feel the beauty, tenderness, and freedom of healing.” 
– C. JoyBell 

Experience Creates Change

In each therapeutic method and intervention she uses, Samantha searches for experience. She believes change occurs when experience is involved. 

“The mind once enlightened cannot again become dark.”
– Thomas Paine

Samantha feels that if clients can have meaningful experiences in a therapy session, the concepts and processes of that experience will continue to be valuable outside of session. 

She focuses on the client experiencing what is important to them and rebuilding their own perspective. 

Samantha recognizes that everyone’s reality is individualized and sees YOU as the expert on your life. 

Samantha Beaumont's Education & Focus

If you are interested in knowing more about Samantha Beaumont’s (a.k.a. Sam) focus and her degrees, continue to read this section.

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Schedule and assessment and judge for yourself if you think Sam would be a good fit for you.

Sam’s a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) and a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFTI) who practices the following modalities:

  • Child Centered and Directive Play Therapy

  • Parent-Child Interactive Therapy including PC CARE

  • Couples Therapy focusing on:

    • Discernment Counseling

    • Parent-Related Stresses

    • Infidelity, Betrayal Trauma, and other Trust-Related Concerns

    • Transitioning to Co-Parenting after Divorce
  • Individual Therapy with adults and teens focusing on:
    • Trauma and PTSD
    • Stress, Depression, Anxiety
    • Self Harm
    • Life Adjustment Concerns (such as first-time parenthood, changes in careers, faith crisis, and other life transitions)