Sarah graduated from Pfeiffer University with her Bachelor’s of Arts in Human relations in 2015. Continuing with Pfeiffer, she completed her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2018. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate in the state of North Carolina. Within the next year, she is anticipating entering an MFT doctoral program to continue her education.
Sarah is an experiential therapist at heart who incorporates DBT skills as well as narrative and person-centered approach to clients, based on the needs. She believes family work can be the most difficult and the most rewarding for a family-no matter the structure.
Sarah has developed and facilitated sex education programs on college campuses as well as local churches. She has worked with children and adults struggling with crisis and sexual trauma, and adults living with HIV. While she has experience working with many populations, she enjoys working with couples, families, spirituality, diversity, teenage girls, LGBTQIAP+, polyamorous systems, trauma and crisis.
In her down time, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and finding humor in every endeavor. She believes escapism can sometimes be the best form of self-care and enjoys trips to the beach, Disney, Target, and basketball games.