Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT)
Samuel Newman has worked in the field of human services since the early 1970s as a para-professional counselor for people who suffer from substance abuse and dependency. Mr. Newman’s qualifications in this field were derived from direct life experiences from the prior decade, he soon realized he had a natural gift in using dialogue as a healing tool. He began his formal educational training in 1980 and received a California Psychiatric Technician’s license in 1982. Mr. Newman continued his formal education as well as professional endeavors in the area of human services and received his Bachelors in Counseling Psychology in 1984 and a Masters in Counseling Psychology in 1986 from the Professional School of Psychological Studies in San Diego California. Mr. Newman received his license as a Marriage and Family Therapist in 1989. He has been in private practice as well as a variety of consulting positions since achieving his MFT license.