Sarah holds a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University, and completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at Kennesaw State University.
Sarah’s therapeutic approach encompasses empirically-supported treatments focused toward alleviation of anxiety/depression, trauma resolution, healthy relationship, and increased self-esteem and adaptability. A sizable portion of Sarah‘s work centers around individuals who are in, or are recovering from, unhealthy and/or abusive relationships.
“My constant goal in the counseling relationship is to provide care, hope, education, and compassionate insight to my clients, as they apply the tools required to improve their lives and relationships.”
Sarah offers individual sessions, along with couple/family therapy sessions. Sarah has been trained in multivariate dimensions of psychotherapy, such as: addiction, crisis and trauma, psychopathology, multicultural counseling, human growth and development, marriage and family systems issues, spirituality and psychology, and clinical diagnosis and treatment planning.