Sarah would consider her counseling approach to be Person-Centered. She believes each person is unique and acknowledges one’s needs will vary based on the individual. With this in mind, she is flexible and adaptive to support the client however that looks for them. She also likes using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychoeducation, and Solution-Focused Therapy. Sarah is open to trying new approaches as she learns more each day.
Sarah’s personality is comical, empathetic, and accepting. This plays a role in how she approaches therapy, and everyday life because she wants anyone she meets to feel validated, heard, acknowledged, and valued. Sarah appreciates authenticity as she wants people to know that they can be their true selves.
Outside of work, Sarah enjoys spending time with her two Golden Retrievers, friends and family, trying new things, and anything outdoorsy.