Greetings and a heartfelt welcome!

Embarking on the journey to prioritize your well-being is truly admirable, and I’m honored that you’ve chosen to explore this nurturing environment.

I’m Sarah, a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and Licensed Associate Professional Counselor. With a background in both inpatient and outpatient counseling, I’m deeply passionate about guiding individuals through the intricate process of healing their minds and bodies, particularly focusing on adolescents, young adults, and women.

Central to my approach is the belief that our early childhood experiences profoundly shape our adult paths. I weave together client-centered therapy, attachment theory, early childhood experiences, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, all viewed through a trauma-informed lens. I advocate for a holistic healing journey that addresses the mind, body, and spirit.

Our collaboration is founded on creating a welcoming and secure space where your experiences are valued, and your unique journey is honored. My aim is to provide you with the tools and support necessary to heal, grow, and flourish in your life.

Beyond our sessions, I find joy in practicing yoga, exploring herbalism, cherishing the company of my feline companions, discovering new cinematic gems, and nurturing my love for travel. These pursuits reflect my commitment to finding equilibrium and joy in life.

I’m particularly passionate about supporting individuals with disordered eating and am currently undergoing training to become a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. I firmly believe that cultivating mindful awareness enables us to tune into our bodies’ natural rhythms, and I encourage my clients to explore this connection within themselves. Here is a recent blog that I wrote and I would love for you to read-

Another passion of mine is working with adolescents and young adults that are LGBTQ and are struggling with anxiety, depression and relationships around this.

Please note that my fee is $150 per hour, and I’m open to discussing a sliding scale arrangement if necessary.

Sarah sees clients in the Kirkwood and Grant Park offices.

Amy Robbins serves as my clinical director.

In our therapeutic journey together, you can anticipate an approach that is not only professional but also warm, lighthearted, and free of pressure. I strive to foster an environment where laughter can mingle with healing, creating a space that feels comforting and inclusive. My intention is to offer our sessions as a sanctuary from life’s trials, blending warmth and humor to facilitate the process. Here, judgment finds no place; instead, you’ll encounter a compassionate and empathetic atmosphere that empowers you to explore your thoughts and emotions at your own pace. Whether you’re navigating challenges related to trauma, self-esteem, body image, or seeking support for disordered eating, I’m here to offer support and hold space. Thank you for considering embarking on this journey with me.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to schedule an appointment, and I’m also available for a brief consultation via phone call to determine if we’re a good fit for therapy.

Warmest regards,


Disordered Eating Patterns
Young Adults
Anxious or Dysregulated Adolescents
LGBTQIA+ folks
Religious Trauma