Mental Health Clinician
Samantha Rose has a Master’s of Social Work degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador. She is currently working on her PhD in Social Work from Memorial University.
Samantha has eight years of experience working with children in numerous capacities. She has experience developing and facilitating groups for children, youth, and adults in the areas of social skills, emotional regulation, managing behaviors, trauma, as well as various mental health topics (anxiety, anger management, etc.) and parenting needs (support groups, and psychoeducational programs).
Samantha also has experience providing individual counselling to children, youth, and families.
Focus/Areas of Interest:
- Primarily works with children and adolescents regarding anxiety and depression
- ADD/ ADHD
- Emotional regulation
- Anger management
- Trauma and family breakdowns
- Much of Samantha’s work is play-based through play therapy, sand-tray therapy and narrative therapy