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Owning our story and loving ourselves through the process is the bravest thing we'll ever do.

Brene Brown 














Individual Therapy
Something particularly unique about individual therapy is that you have a designated space designed soley for you; with someone removed/unbiased from your current circumstances. In this atmosphere, I use my educational background in therapeutic techniques, combined with a major focus on the relationship between therapist and client. This relational dynamic becomes sacred space as the therapist and client work together toward goals as a dynamic team.


Family Therapy 

Typically, a family works as a system. Each person plays a particular role in the family unit, often with an underlying understanding of family rules: What is okay to say/do and what is not, etc. The rules are most often not discussed, rather they are just sort of picked up on and learned by growing up in that family. Therapy provides a space for gradual "real talk," as the family is ready. Family therapy is important to growth and healing as each person plays a vital role to the problem being faced as a family unit. 

Marital Therapy 



Make it your goal to create a marriage that feels like the safest place on earth. 

  Greg Smalley 


 In my work, I use emotionally focused therapy techniques to understand early attachment styles, connecting this to one's current ways of relating to their spouse. Here, we name relationship styles being played out and explore tools for heightened connection between the couple. 

Samantha Cox, LMFT

Fullerton & Los Alamitos 

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