Sarah is a Licensed Associate Marriage & Family Therapist at Bright Road Recovery. Sarah achieved her MS in Counseling Psychology at California Baptist University and is also trained in the Multi-Dimensional Partner Trauma Model. Sarah has completed Part 1 of EMDR Therapy Training through the Institute for Creative Mindfulness accredited by EMDRIA.
Sarah has a passion for healing the soul and takes great care in walking with each client on their journey towards reconnecting to the authentic self, decreasing suffering, and reclaiming the direction of their lives. Sarah has experience in working with addiction, codependency, betrayal trauma, disordered eating, and couples. She believes no single approach is the right one for every individual, and therefore utilizes a range of modalities including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Internal Family Systems, the Multi-Dimensional Partner Trauma Model and EMDR. With her non-pathologizing approach to client care, Sarah works to bring forth each person's instinctual capacity to heal.
When she isn't at Bright Road Recovery, you can find Sarah playing with her kiddos and dog, immersing herself in nature, or reconnecting with her Midwestern roots.