About Sarah

Sarah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her clinical training at the University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration. She has extensive experience and training working with adults in various stages across the lifespan. Sarah spent many years working with individuals to improve their quality of life while managing chronic illness, mental health challenges, and substance use. Most recently, she worked at the University of Chicago supporting the professional and personal development of graduate Social Work students.

As a client-centered and relational therapist, she views the therapeutic relationship as a collaborative space and a vehicle for change. Sarah aims to help clients develop a more integrated and grounded sense of self which cultivates increased awareness, self-compassion, and personal growth. Sarah deeply respects the vulnerability and risk it takes to engage in therapy but she also deeply believes in the rewards. Her therapeutic style is warm, compassionate, and flexible as therapy is unique to each person.

Sarah’s clinical work focuses on the treatment of anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, transitions into parenting and other caregiving roles, managing chronic illness, and career development. She utilizes an eclectic approach with a focus on systems theory, anti-oppressive frameworks, relational therapy, mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques, and strengths-based perspectives. In addition to more traditional therapy, Sarah has a particular interest in professional coaching that explores interpersonal effectiveness as a means to strengthen relationships and professional performance.

25 E Washington Street Suite 1835
Chicago, IL 60602

Phone: (312) 940-3655
Fax: (312) 374-4966

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