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EAP Counseling/Private Clinical Practice: 

Drawing from experience in several approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, interpersonal, solution focused brief therapy, and family systems therapy, I offered approaches that are client oriented in a safe and welcoming environment; helping with such issues as: anxiety, depression, codependency, relationship difficulties, parenting, teen issues, women’s issues, and life management skills.


Book Pathways

  • Ethical Standards & Clinical Forms
  • Ethics & Excellence
  • Data & Documents for Mental Health Counselors
  • Joshua Worthington Eagle
  • The Tale of Three Minds

Seminars-Employee Training-Continuing Education

  • samdiaseminars
  • ceseminars

Project Pathways

  • Realities Unlimited
  • seminarshorts
  • Senior to Senior

Samara C. Kezele Fritchman

Licensed Therapist,
HR Trainer/Consultant, EA Specialist, Professor

35+ years of experience working with all levels of staff spanning a variety of job classifications, ethnic backgrounds, and educational levels within a wide variety of industries providing consulting, counseling and professional development training services as an external employee assistance professional. Samara has a bachelors in Business/Human Science and a Masters in Counseling Psychology. She is a Washington State Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC). She is  a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) and an Employee Assistance Specialist—Clinical (EAS-C). Additionally, she has completed the following professional development, business, and/or academic programs 1) Certified Facilitator and Trainer for Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM); 2) Mediation Training/Dispute Resolution; 3) US Legal Studies [JD]; and, 4) Educational Psychology (Curriculum/Learning) [PhD].  For complete CAREER DETAILS.







Participant Comments

I felt that the information was presented in such a way as to benefit all levels of experience and understanding. I have a great appreciation for Samara’s personal experiences — this added so much to the presentation — someone who has “been there.”

Sue T., RN, A

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