Sarah's Bio
Sarah was originally drawn towards the study of human behavior, culture, and society with the goal to effect change related to social inequalities on a broader scale. Over time, she found herself circling back towards areas of work with children, adults, and families in a more personal way. Sarah has seen firsthand and thus believes strongly in one of her core values and inspirations as a therapist: human strength and resiliency in the face of hardship.

Returning to her roots in New York City, she discovered that psychotherapy offers a lens from which to understand people’s challenges and guide them towards the changes they need to make in order to feel empowered and fulfilled in their lives, work, and relationships. In a social work capacity before entering the field of psychotherapy, Sarah worked in educational settings, shelters, and with at-risk adolescents.

As a psychotherapist, she received training and provided family and couples therapy. Sarah then worked for an additional 10 years in outpatient/community mental health. This provided a broad range of experience in treating and supporting individuals with overlapping mental health and relational/interpersonal needs.

She is now dedicated solely to her private practice and utilizes the above experiences to inform her current style: an eclectic blend of Jungian, relational, and pragmatic/solution-focused psychotherapy.