Sarah received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Baylor University in 2013. Following graduate school Sarah has worked in various nonprofit and local government settings, primarily working with persons struggling with mental illness and stressful life transitions. Sarah is trained and skilled in working with clients who are living with mental illness such as Major Depressive Disorder, Anxiety, Bipolar, and Schizophrenia.
Sarah completed a year-long training program in psychodynamic psychotherapy in 2021 and is excited to implement the skills and therapeutic models of this modality in her practice for those who are interested. Sarah’s clinical practice focuses primarily on working with adults who are struggling with stressful and/or difficult life transitions, living with mental illness, and reckoning with challenging life decisions.
Sarah uses an integrative approach of evidence-based practice, object relations, and supportive therapy to develop a holistic treatment plan for the client she serves.
When not in session, Sarah enjoys staying physically active and spending time with her two cats.