Sam Beckman, L.M.H.C.

Meet Sam Beckman, L.M.H.C.

Counseling services are highly recommended for patients seeking treatment for an addiction. Counseling allows patients to understand why they are prone to addiction, how to change their behaviors and maintain a sober lifestyle.

Sam Beckman is Lake Howell Health Center’s in-house mental health counselor. Sam has been in practice for nearly 40 years. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and is a Certified Addictions Professional.

He hosts individual and group therapy sessions at Lake Howell Health Center to facilitate healing and coping strategies. These sessions are not only for patients, but for family members as well. This gives everyone a better understanding of the causes, issues and consequences of addiction.

Sam treats each of his patients with personalized behavioral plans because he understands how different personalities and substances react with one another. He also understands the challenges that people with addictions face, especially when starting the treatment process.

Sam’s services at Lake Howell Health Center allow patients to receive treatment by doctors and counseling at one location. This streamlines the recovery process.

Sam earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of North Florida and attained his master’s degree in mental health counseling from Rollins College. He has been helping people in the Central Florida area since 1979.

Certifications

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor
  • Certified Addictions Professional

Contact us at 407-691-3960 to schedule an appointment with Sam Beckman.

Author:Lake Howell Health Center
Lake Howell Health Center

Our physicians are board certified Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine. They focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of human illness and injury. They selectively utilize all accepted medical modalities to maintain and restore good health. In addition, our doctors have training in manipulative therapy, a helpful treatment for many musculoskeletal disorders.

Last modified: November 25, 2018