She/Her/HersLicensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC Specialties • Insurance & Fees • Locations
Sarah believes that therapy needs to be as unique as the individual and originate from a place of compassionate and collaborative curiosity. She takes an eclectic approach that draws from somatic, dynamic, and relational schools of thought, with the underlying belief that all individuals already possess the ingredients needed to heal.
Sarah's background predominantly involves working with young and emerging adults and athletes. She tends to be quite active in sessions and trusts immensely in the profound healing that can come from a genuine therapeutic relationship.
Additionally, Sarah advocates for the use of yoga and meditation as complementary practices to mental health treatment and self-actualization. Her specialties include working with anxiety, trauma, and life transitions. She has also spent extensive time working with and researching the impact of athletics on identity formation.
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Anxiety - Coping with excessive worry, nervousness, or stress; intense discomfort in social settings (social anxiety); sudden and intense feelings of panic (panic disorder)
College & graduate student mental health - Specialized strategies for common issues of young adulthood, including school and career stressors, support around healthy relationships, existential concerns, drug or alcohol issues, eating disorders, and anxiety and/or depression.
Identity development - Understanding, accepting, and strengthening one’s sense of self through the exploration of family, work, and personal values; addressing issues such as, race, class, gender, and sexual orientation, in the context of self experience
Sports psychology - Navigating mental roadblocks to physical goals; optimizing personal and team performances
Trauma - Coping and healing after threatening or scary events, such as witnessing accidents or experiencing sexual, verbal, emotional, or physical abuse
Mind-body connection - Practicing mindfulness to draw together how the body feels physically and how the mind feels mentally; healing both physically and mentally