Sarah has been practicing counseling since 2017, finding her “true calling” after a rewarding career as an educator. Sarah most recently received a Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Cardinal Stritch University; prior to that, she had obtained a Masters in Theological Studies from the University of Dallas as well as a Bachelors of Education. Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor, also certified to complete psychometric testing.
Sarah has worked professionally with adults, children and adolescents in both individual and group therapy settings. Sarah believes in working in partnership with clients, helping them identify struggles, set goals, and find solutions to bring a greater sense of peace and happiness. Sarah also believes in a holistic approach, recognizing the importance of physical, emotional, and spiritual components.
Sarah’s work with children has taught her that feelings are typically communicated through play, so play therapy is a primary vehicle to communicate during session. Regular parent-child sessions are also utilized to help reinforce and strengthen the vital caregiver-child relationship, as well as to ensure that therapy goals are addressed within the context of the home.
Sarah has experience helping with numerous mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma reaction, childhood trauma, and managing feelings of anger & frustration.
When not at work, Sarah enjoys time spent with her husband, as well as their dog and horses.
Sarah works out of our Plymouth office on Monday and Tuesday evenings and out of the Sheboygan office on Wednesday evenings.