Sarah earned her Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work degrees from Florida Atlantic University with honors. She is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and has received training in the NeuroAffective Relational Model® (NARM®) to become a NARM-Informed Professional® grounded in an understanding of developmental and complex trauma.
As a graduate student, Sarah completed fieldwork as a school social worker, providing psychotherapy, psychosocial assessment, and case management services for students and their families. Her professional field experience includes life coaching, group facilitation, client advocacy, community organization, and psychoeducational workshops for at-risk adolescents, adults, and families. Sarah also has a background in gender studies and holds an interest in how intersectional identities impact our inner and outer worlds.
Sarah’s social work career is motivated by a heartfelt desire to offer help and present hope for those who may need it most. Her therapeutic approach is one of curiosity, empathy, and support of clients’ intuitive capacities for connection, growth, and healing.