Samantha Bradley

Breakout Speaker

Samantha Bradley, LIMHP, IMH-E

Nebraska Children and Families Foundation
Associate Vice President of Early Childhood Mental Health


Sami Bradley, LIMHP is with the Rooted in Relationships Initiative where she works with state and community partners to develop systems of care that support the social and emotional well-being of children birth through age 8. She received her Masters in Community Counseling from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. She is trained in Circle of Security, Child Parent Psychotherapy, Play Therapy, and Facilitating Attuned Interactions (FAN). Prior to her work at Nebraska Children she worked in Private Practice at an office in Holdrege, NE. She also has experience with Part C- Early Intervention. Sami has a special interest in supporting She currently co-leads the Nebraska Association for Infant Mental Health and has her Infant Mental Health Endorsement as Infant Mental Health Mentor-Policy. She leads the Nebraska Circle of Security State Leadership Team and supports facilitators across Nebraska.