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sarah colliflower

MS, LPC, CSC

972-244-3392

populations

  • children (ages 3-10)

  • pre-teens (ages 10-14)

  • teens (ages 14-18)

  • adults (ages 18+)


specializations

  • adoption

  • abuse

  • career questions

  • chronic illness or disability

  • dream pattern analysis

  • lgbtqia+

  • life transitions

  • trauma


My theoretical orientation of counseling is Jungian, which is based on the premise that people are whole and striving toward individuation. I believe all individuals have the capacity for growth through thoughtful reflection and deliberate action, and I am 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.  

 

Outside of work, I spend my time buying books faster than I 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.

 

sarah colliflower

licensing and certifications

  • licensed professional counselor (LPC #80147)

  • certified school counselor


 

education

  • current doctoral student with an anticipated conferral date of may 2025 from texas a&m commerce

  • masters of science in counseling from southern methodist university

  • bachelors of arts in psychology from the university of texas at dallas


 

fees

  • in network with BCBS and UnitedHealthcare

  • private pay $135/session


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