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licensing and certifications

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC #80147)


  • Current doctoral student with an anticipated conferral date of May 2024 at Texas A&M Commerce

  • Masters of Science in Southern Methodist University (Dallas, Texas)

  • Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from University of Texas at Dallas (Richardson, Texas)

professional affiliations

  • Texas Counselors Association

  • American Psychological Association

  • Texas Counselors for Social Justice

fees and insurance

  • In credentialing process for United Healthcare

  • Private pay

contact information

Sarah’s theoretical orientation of counseling is Jungian, which is based on the premise that people are whole and striving toward individuation. Sarah believes all individuals have the capacity for growth through thoughtful reflection and deliberate action, and she is the fellow traveler along your journey. Counseling is an opportunity for you to work on your concerns in an atmosphere of encouragement and acceptance, and will be a collaborative relationship in which we will identify appropriate goals and strategies to address your concerns.  


Sarah attended UT Dallas where she graduated with a Psychology B.S. and minored in Neuroscience, while being a college athlete. She received her Masters Degree in Counseling at Southern Methodist University. She was heavily engaged in research and presentation during her time there, and held positions on the Texas Counselors for Social Justice board. Sarah is currently a doctoral student and aims to use her PhD to educate the next generation of counselors.


Sarah has an extensive background in education and counseling. She has worked as a college counselor, a special education teacher, and as an LPC in both private practice and non-profit environments. She has specialization in children and adults with disabilities, the LGBTQ+ community, and recent graduates entering the work force. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of North Texas where she teaches therapy concepts and skills to future educators and counselors.


Although Sarah enjoys working with clients across the lifespan with various needs, her special interest areas include adolescent and young adults, clients identifying in the LGBTQ+ community, adoption, deep complex trauma, career and identity exploration, and dream analysis.


Outside of work, Sarah spends her time buying books faster than she can read them, hiking and birdwatching, supporting the local live music scene, searching for the scariest scary movie, and being the best dog, tarantula, and plant parent.

treatment specialties

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Trauma and Abuse

  • Adoption

  • Job Loss

  • Career Questions


  • Chronic Illness or Disability

  • Life Transitions

  • Dream Pattern Anaylsis

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