Samantha Supit, MA, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
We can see our symptoms as the language our soul is using to point us toward deeper issues. It’s a signal that is telling us it’s time to make a shift in our lives to find healing and growth. I provide support and guidance to help you explore and uncover your full potential for self-healing and transformation, as you are ultimately the expert and navigator of your life. I provide therapy for individual adults and couples. I specialize in offering nonjudgmental psychedelic integration and psycho-spiritual developmental/exploration work. Experiences in altered states of consciousness impact the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of our being. With integration we will dive into these multiple aspects of ourselves, create meaning, find understanding, and use practical skills in order to shed the layers that cover our authentic self. My style in therapy takes an integrative approach, informed by somatic & mindfulness-based, transpersonal, and psychodynamic-based approaches as well as Jungian concepts. I also draw upon psychological, biological, and spiritual principles, as well as from Energy Psychology perspectives.
Samantha Supit is licensed to practice psychotherapy in Washington state as a licensed mental health therapist. She received her Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Washington as well as a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Bastyr University, a university that places importance on the mind, body, and spirit for a holistic approach to well-being. Since 2012, she has worked with homeless adults, at-risk teens, foster care children and parents, and those on the autism spectrum. It was her experience working with high needs and marginalized communities that sparked her goal of bridging the gap between minorities and psychedelics. In 2018 she was awarded a scholarship to attend the Psychedelic Psychotherapy Forum in Victoria, BC. It was there that she was able to learn from and speak with some of the top researchers in the growing field of psychedelic psychotherapy, as well as gain valuable knowledge that continues to inform her work in psychedelic integration therapy. She has also been involved with volunteering for the Zendo Project, a psychedelic peer support organization that helps to provide compassionate care and aids in transforming difficult psychedelic experiences into valuable learning opportunities.