Dr. Rader works with a team of warm, bright therapists at the Source Code Psychotherapy Center who utilize the tools she’s developed in order to help clients become more of who they really are.


Unlike other therapy styles that aim to manage symptoms (depression, anxiety, relationship issues, angst), Source Code therapists locate the root cause and put the healing there, so that the presenting problem is no longer a problem.

“After embarking on the Source Code journey, I was struck with a fierce sense of clarity.

It feels as though I have woken up to the beauty of my life and

I cannot look away from its brilliance.”

 Victoria Frenner, MFT


During the intake call, you will be speaking with our office manager to determine whether Source Code is the right fit for you. If so, you will be put in touch with Dr. Sam, who works her magic to link you up with a therapist who will be the perfect guide to facilitate your healing.


There is a beautiful essence at your core that is patiently yet eagerly awaiting your arrival. Naming, healing and ultimately emerging from the confinement of your old unconscious patterns, you get to embody more of your true nature, which vibrates with ease, joy and love. 

It is the Source Code team’s highest wish to empower you to shed anything in the way of becoming more of who you really are.



PsychologyToday.com has an incredible tool called the Therapist Finder, where you can enter your zip code to find therapists near you. You can use the advanced search to find someone who matches your insurance, focuses on the problems you are looking to help, or utilizes techniques you feel drawn to.


The type of therapy that Dr. Sam Rader has personally found most useful, which she practices herself, is called psychodynamic or psychoanalytic therapy. These are “depth” approaches, meaning that they address not only our conscious thoughts and observable behaviors, but more importantly, the unconscious programming beneath that drives us.


If you are concerned about finances, there are low-fee clinics in most communities that can serve your needs. These are often not listed on Psychology Today and will instead require a google search. The search terms that could be helpful are “sliding scale therapy near me” or “low-cost therapy near me.”