MA, LPC

Sarah graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree she went on to receive her master’s degree at Immaculata University with a focus on counseling and a Certificate in Addiction Studies. Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a passion to help those struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, relationship concerns, goal setting, sleep disruption and substance abuse. Since the start of her career, Sarah has worked in the mental health field in various settings. These settings include domestic violence programs, mental health, substance abuse outpatient and partial hospital programs for adolescents and adults. Sarah enjoys pulling from a multitude of therapeutic frameworks such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, person- centered and mindfulness. For individuals who specifically want to improve relationships, Sarah has been trained to use the Gottman Method. Sarah’s philosophy is to understand the client’s perspective and work collaboratively to obtain their unique goals. Sarah values an environment that is genuine, nonjudgmental and effective where each session provides an opportunity to grow. She enjoys guiding clients to increase self-awareness, decrease symptoms and discomfort with the goal of living a fulfilling life.