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Mental Health Therapy

Let's make change together

Sarah is a licensed clinical social worker who provides therapy to individuals across the lifespan, specializing in Trauma. Sarah has spent years working with individuals who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assaults, sexual abuse, and child abuse and neglect. Sarah is also dedicated to supporting LGBT+ individuals and  parents of LGBT+ children in growing their understanding of how to lovingly support their child. 


It is often incredibly scary for people to think about starting therapy. ​Many people do not know what to expect, they think that if they go to therapy it means that there is something wrong with them, they may have had bad experiences in the past, or they may not want to talk about their past. 

Sarah understands how hard it can be to take the first step towards reaching out for help. Sarah has worked with individuals who have been hurt, both physically and mentally, by people that they loved and trusted. Some people lived with that pain for decades before reaching out for help. Some people didn't know where to turn for help, other's didn't want to think about what they had experienced and they certainly didn't want to talk about it. Some had tried to reach out for help before, but they were blamed for what happened to them or the way they feel. Some were told to "get over it" or "it wasn't that bad". They had heard these messages from friends, families, religious leaders, and even past therapists. 

What is Therapy?

Therapy is a process to help individuals with many different aspects of their lives. Even if you have many supportive people in your life, it can be helpful to speak to a therapist. Therapists will not share your information with others. They can provide an outside point of view, allowing you gain a new perspective.  The therapist's only goal in your relationship is to help you to create the change you want in your life. 

What do I need to know?

The therapy process differs depending on the therapist. Before beginning therapy with a new therapist you can ask some questions to see if you think it will be a good fit. Some things to ask about are: 

What should I do?

Choosing a therapist is an important decision. It is important that you find a therapist that you feel comfortable with. If you do not feel comfortable in the relationship it will not be as helpful, and could be detrimental. You can switch therapists at any time. If you feel comfortable with your therapist you can ask them to help you find a therapist that may be a better fit for you. You do not need to feel bad switching therapists. Feel free to shop around until you find someone who makes you feel comfortable, safe, accepted, and heard!!!! 

Calming Purple flowers along side text ensuring a judgment free space to learn and grow

Sarah works alongside her clients to reach their goals. If you are interested in decreasing anxiety, increasing your connection with yourself or others, or processing your past, Sarah would love to join you on your journey, offering support and understanding in a judgment free space, where you are free to learn and grow.

Let's create change together!

Learn more about therapy with Sarah here.
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