We all go through this world with unique strengths and experiences, but every once in a while, we find ourselves not quite where we want to be.
We may be feeling stuck, unhappy or in the middle of an unexpected change and not know where to go next. We have powerful minds that are constantly seeking information. The problem is that sometimes they tell us stories that aren’t necessarily true. So how do we step outside of ourselves, and sort through the information to decide what to pay attention to?
Most of us want someone to take the time to understand us, recognize our pain and let us know we are not alone as we figure things out. I greatly value the opportunity to work alongside my clients on their journey. Together, we explore what is most important to them and help create the vision they hold for their lives.
If you or someone you love is struggling, they have to be assessed for the proper level of care, and I’d gladly help with that process. Additionally, if you or your loved ones have undergone residential treatment or IOP, or have completed it and are looking for an addictions counselor, I’m here to help!
It’s important to remember that those in need of addiction therapy don’t necessarily have to be the ones going through addiction. It can also be the children or parents walking alongside someone with an addiction. Wherever you or your loved ones are in the recovery process, I’m passionate about helping you move forward.
I spent a great amount of my life as an athlete and learned some very powerful lessons about perspective, values, teamwork, breaking down big goals into small achievable steps and the importance of humility and humor, all of which have their place in therapy, as well. In working with me, clients will find a comfortable space where they feel accepted and able to fully express themselves.
I graduated from Lewis University with a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling, specializing in working with children and adolescents. I’ve completed additional training in addictions and trauma and work with adolescents and young adults.
When I’m not working, you can usually find me spending time with family and friends or on the basketball court.
Works with adolescents and adults with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, self-harm, difficult life transitions, grief, feelings of shame, trouble with emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Such an amazing practice! Sarah and her team provide the best services in the area!
I can't thank you enough for going on this journey with all of us. You helped our daughter grow in confidence and coping skills to get through Junior High...
Life Insight is a fantastic practice. This is where I would send my family members!
Very happy with the services offered here, thank you!
Professional and helpful staff.
I’ll just say that my counselor is very attentive and really helps me out.
My counselor is very understanding of my situation and has helped me immensely in the very short time I’ve been seeing her.
Life Insight is a wonderful practice. If you are looking for a great therapists you’re in the right place.
Sarah is awesome and grounds you when you need to be however so helpful in so many stages. Never met a person that has helped so much w/o RX! Thank you!
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