Carly Samudre is a faith-based counselor, passionate about helping teens (ages 16+), college students, and adult women—empowering them to be the confident, secure, and free woman they long to be.
Her approach is holistic in practice. Using trauma-informed interventions, mindfulness techniques, and a gentle spirit, she wants to empower her clients to reach their goals and develop healthier relationships with themselves, others, and God. She has specialized training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.
Have you ever felt this way? You are an ambitious woman who longs to feel confident in your choices, secure in your relationships, and free from the debilitating feeling that you are “not enough.” But you’ve noticed something gets in the way of moving forward.
Maybe you have noticed you feel overwhelmed, irritable & easily tearful, on edge, or fatigued. Unspoken secrets you’ve tried to forget keep you up at night. You’re not where you want to be spiritually, and you see patterns in your relationships that bother you. Your constant striving is “never enough” – you feel far from that confident, secure, and free woman you want to be.
Carly wants you to know you are not alone, and wants to help you achieve the clarity and insight to finally move forward in life without feelings of unworthiness.
Carly holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from James Madison University. Her background includes working with families in crisis, addiction recovery, and women’s individual & group counseling around PTSD & trauma, anxiety, depression, and personal & spiritual wellness. She also loves coffee, walking outside, & podcasts.