Helping clients find or restore meaning in their lives through a therapeutic relationship that offers the highest degree of confidentiality, trust, safety and integrity is my primary goal as a therapist. Sometimes that is about helping you make active change you are ready for, and at other times it is simply observing and making connections that will help you to reflect on new ideas. I consider it a privilege to be a witness to wherever you are in your journey of life.
I am New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-R). I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in psychology from the State University of New York at Oswego. I earned my Master’s Degree in social work and completed an Advanced Studies Degree in Women’s Studies from Syracuse University. The following outlines my approach to therapy as well as the therapeutic and educational services I provide.
When our relationships are hurting, we are hurting. Research shows that major disconnections in our relationships with others are a contributing factor to a variety of challenges, including depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.
There are many ways that therapy can help. Through exploration of your relationships and struggles, we will begin to look together at patterns that may be keeping you out of connections with others. Learning to develop authentic, mutual, and healthy relationships with self and others that foster growth will alleviate many symptoms.
Trauma and Abuse
With guidance you will begin to
Experience greater confidence
Achieve your goals
Overcome pain and loss
“Sarah’s kindness, generosity, and loyalty was and continues to be a genuine source of support and guidance through the most difficult times of my life. Her support has been life changing.”
- A current client
Frequenty Asked Questions
Are you currently taking new clients?
The answer to this question varies throughout the year so please call for the most up-to-date information.
Call our office – (585) 271-3090
What is the age range of clients that you take?
I work with clients in many stages of the life span, beginning at the age of 13, through the geriatric years.
What forms of payment are accepted?
Currently I accept cash or check at time of visit. I should be able to process credit cards by the end of the year. That information will be updated here.
Do you take insurance?
Yes. I accept most major insurances.
Where do I direct questions about my bill or my insurance coverage?
Please call the billing department at (585) 594-4574. They will answer all of your financial questions.