Sarah (she/her) utilizes a warm, collaborative approach when working with young children and adults. She supports clients to explore past & present experiences, relationships & patterns within a secure therapeutic relationship to foster growth; relational, attachment-based, and psychodynamic approaches are central to her work. Sarah also honors clients’ diverse identities and recognizes that many internal struggles are reflective of systemic, sociocultural issues.
Sarah works with adults entering therapy for a variety of reasons. She specializes in perinatal mental health, parenting transitions & challenges, and values working with single- and LGBTQ+ caregivers. Sarah also specializes in infant & early childhood mental health (birth – age 6), and believes children communicate and process their worlds through play, creativity, movement and moments of attuned connection. She meets separately with caregivers to collaboratively learn about their child. Sarah has advanced training in pre-verbal & early trauma, emotional & behavioral dysregulation, and parent-infant/child bonding challenges.