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As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Sara combines neuroscience and spirituality and to a traditional model of psychotherapy. She believes this approach heals in whole body way – more effective for quicker and long term results. Clients that want an authentic and direct clinician will find value in working with her. She will listen with empathy, ask the right questions to help you find clarity and make decisions, and hold space for being “human” in a safe and confidential space. She is passionate about this work and is grateful everyday to be invited on another person’s journey.
She works with individuals on self-esteem, mood or anxiety disorders, and those who need support moving through blocks and processing difficult emotions. She is also able to provide consulting in terms of business development or lifestyle management for those that are looking for help in that environment. She has expertise in attention related disorders which manifest in childhood, as well as into the adult years.
One of her passions is working with couples who feel stuck in the same negative cycles and want help finding new ways to engage and trust. Communication, intimacy, divorce matters, and parenting support are common topics among couples.
Sara completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, a degree from the University of Wisconsin, and worked in business development before launching her career as a therapist. While she considers herself a attachment-based therapist at heart, she has specific training in additional modalities: Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for Couples; She is a certified practitioner of the Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM) and she is trained in Brainspotting, Motivational Interviewing, Seeking Safety, 12 step models of recovery.
Not Sure What to Expect?
Check out tips from Sara in the following publications
When an Aging Parent Moves in as seen in Caring.com, July 17, 2017
6 Little Things You Should Do Every Morning For A Stronger Marriage as seen in Prevention.com, August 26, 2016
How Marriage Therapists Can Tell if Your Therapy Will Help You or Not as seen in About.com, February 23, 2016
GUEST COMMENTARY: What to tell children about 'bomb days' as seen in The Beach Reporter, December 15, 2015