Samantha Mann

Samantha was born and raised in the hills of West Virginia.  She was the youngest of six grandchildren (and the only female) who were raised to love the outdoors and hunting.  She started shooting when she was big enough to hold a Winchester model 6, 22 pump action by herself.  She has hunted from Texas to Africa.  She believes that while Superman gets his power from the sun, her power comes from the outdoors.  She lives in Southern West Virginia with her understanding and supportive husband who doesn’t mind showing off her trophies to his buddies.

Samantha decided to pursue her love of psychology and counseling at age 12 (following in her father’s footsteps) and has never looked back.  She strives to balance her time in the office helping others with time in the outdoors.  She has focused much of her career on helping children and adults who have been abused, neglected, and mistreated.  Her biggest rewards come from helping others liberate themselves from their fears and pain to become healthy and happy.

Samantha is a Licensed Psychologist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Nationally Certified Counselor, and NRA Instructor

COURSE DESCRIPTION: PSYCHOLOGY OF SHOOTING

The psychology of shooting will involve learning psychological phenomena involved in shooting. It will also cover psychological understanding and skills that can improve shooting skills and enjoyment of shooting.