B.A. Psychology, SUNY Binghamton University
Ms. Samantha Roller has been a behavioral coach with The Anxiety Institute since its inception. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from SUNY Binghamton University in New York where she studied Applied Behavioral Analysis and implemented curricula to increase or decrease behaviors of children with autism and learning disabilities. Samantha is currently enrolled to receive her Master of Social Work Degree at SUNY Buffalo.
After graduation, Samantha studied to become a certified Kripalu yoga instructor and Souluna Life Coach. Her integrative and holistic approach to healing inspired her training as a coach, yoga instructor and behaviorist. Privately, Samantha teaches yoga, creates artwork, and enjoys spending time outdoors. Samantha is present with her clients and tailors interventions to their specific needs.
Fueled by her past adversity with body image and perfectionism, Samantha’s goal is to engage her clients to develop a secure and stable sense of self. She integrates mindfulness, movement, and breathing techniques to overcome limiting beliefs.
Her drive is to give clients a renewed sense of hope and a belief that by changing self-destructive thoughts and self-sabotaging behaviors, health and happiness awaits them with open arms.