Seth Sampson, Ph.D., NCC, CSC, LPC-I

Adjunct Faculty, Counseling


Seth Sampson, Ph.D., NCC, CSC, LPC-I, brings more than five years of counseling experience, three years as a Special Ed case manager, and just shy of 15 years of teaching experience to OLLU's Counseling Department.

His areas of focus include children and adolescent counseling, school counseling, multiculturalism, college and career readiness, and creative interventions. His future plans include serving as adjunct faculty, continuing work with children and adolescents, expanding on clinical experience with adults, obtaining licensure as a professional counselor supervisor and as a chemical dependency counselor, in addition to educating future counselors.

Originally from New Brighton, Minn., Sampson currently resides in San Antonio, Texas. He earned his Associate of Arts degree from Waldorf College, studied social studies education and earned his Bachelor of Science degree from St. Cloud State University, and earned his Master of Arts in Counseling from the University of Texas at San Antonio.