Individual Therapy

Adolescent and Adult Individual Therapy: Tailored to your needs, individual therapy is a way to explore and address mental health and interpersonal concerns in order to feel confident and fulfilled.

Couples Therapy

Whether anxious about an upcoming event/life change, struggling with long-standing patterns, or needing to address co-parenting concerns couples therapy can help partners to better communicate and feel heard by one another in order to make healthier decisions beneficial to both people.

Family Therapy

Families choose to engage in therapy as a group for a variety of reasons, whether prompted by a struggling child, relationship/marital conflict, or parenting disagreement. This often takes place in conjunction with individual psychotherapy and provides a unique opportunity to examine maladaptive communication patterns and replace them with healthier strategies so that everyone can hear one another and feel heard.

Mental Health Treatment

Sarah welcomes a team approach, connecting with and providing referrals to other providers when needed (ex. Psychiatrists, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, Psychologists/Neuropsychologists, Nutritionists, and Primary Care Physicians). She works with individuals with a variety of relationship challenges and mental health diagnoses, including but not limited to: Mood Disorders (ex. Depression, Bipolar) Anxiety and Panic Disorders Trauma (PTSD) Co-occurring disorders (ex. ADHD, ASD) Family/relationship and school-based issues Family and couples conflicts Parenting Disordered eating Gender dysphoria Postpartum depression and mood disorders Reach out if you have any questions and would like to see if Sarah could be a good fit for you.

Therapeutic Style

Sarah practices an eclectic style of therapy, meaning she does not take a one-size-fits-all approach. She would liken her framework closest to that of a Jungian psychotherapist but believes that different methods and approaches are called for in different circumstances based upon individual and family needs. She has been greatly informed by her family therapy training and by previous employment in early childhood where she provided intergenerational support, group work, and individual guidance to adolescent parents, their infants/toddlers, and the parents of the teens in the program. While this has given her practice a relational framework, she does not practice "family therapy" exclusively. She integrates her knowledge of family systems, psychodynamic psychotherapy, [when indicated] art therapy techniques, and behavioral approaches to meet her clients where they are. Direct and practical in nature, Sarah balances this with offering a warm and empathic environment where feelings are never judged but are rather opportunities for insight and discovering strengths.