Sarah (she/her) is a social worker who specializes in trauma, eating disorders, and related challenges, including low self-esteem, relationship challenges, and maladaptive coping behaviors. Sarah takes an active, collaborative approach in therapy and enjoys helping people realize their innate capacity to heal. As a therapist, Sarah understands how difficult it can be to feel “stuck” in old patterns, and strives to empower clients to make change. This empowerment creates space for self-actualization, inner peace, and deeper satisfaction in relationships with others.
Sarah utilizes cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and EMDR. For those seeking support for disordered eating, Sarah practices from a health-at-every size model. Sarah’s clinical experience includes crisis response and management in non-profit agencies for survivors of interpersonal violence, individual and group psychotherapy on college campuses, and residential treatment for eating disorders and co-occurring disorders. Sarah also has experience leading multi-disciplinary teams on sexual violence response and has presented nationally on responding to sexual violence amongst persons with disabilities. Sarah is a member of the Massachusetts Eating Disorder Association and International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. Sarah welcomes the opportunity to join you on your path towards creating your “life worth living”.