Samantha Mitra

Samantha M. Mitra

Intern Therapist

Education & Professional Activities
Samantha is currently working towards her Masters Degree in Counseling at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. She received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin- River Falls. She was formerly working as a Targeted Mental Health Case Manager through Guild Services, and has experience working with Adults with varying mental health diagnoses and economical struggles. Samantha has conducted research on gendered-sexual violence and presented it at the National Women’s Conference in 2018.

Samantha is a candidate for LPC licensure. She receives clinical supervision from Ann Becher-Ingwalson, PsyD, LADC, LPCC, DBTC and Keyur Desai, PSY.D., LP, CCTP.

Samantha’s Integrated approach is primarily a combination of Narrative, Dialectical-Behavioral, and Feminist Therapies. Samantha strives to uphold individuality, and how our unique experience may impact our ability to live, heal, and grow. Samantha is an advocate for equity, striving to create a safe and sensitive environment for individuals of all races, ethnicities, genders, sexualities, and for those of varying ability. Samantha is able to see adults 18 or older and is LGBTQA+/Queer Affirming.

Trauma & PTSD
Stress Management, Mindfulness, Grounding, & Relaxation
Alternative Spirituality & Existential Dilemmas
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Feminist Therapy
Narrative Therapy
Borderline Personality Disorder
Gendered Violence