About Sarah

For the past 20 years, I’ve been assisting clients through both crises and periods of feeling stuck, while also helping them strive for a better quality of life. I initially worked with clients in an inpatient psychiatric setting before transitioning to my private practice 10 years ago.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve been interested in understanding what makes people tick differently.  I distinctly remember, at 6 years old, coming to the realization that the friends and adults in my life had different thoughts, beliefs, views, and judgements which led to miscommunication, disappointment and frustration. I remember thinking that if I could only know and understand what the other person was thinking, and why, I could bridge the gap between us. My thinking wasn’t so eloquent back then, no, … my 6 year old brain thought mental health therapists were like magicians and, that being one, I could actually read peoples’ minds.  

Over the years, that interest grew into a passion for mental health and drew me to the field of social work and therapy. It led me to pursue a B.A. in Psychology from Boston University, followed by a Masters in Social Work from New York University and a rewarding career in helping people improve their lives.  I have found great joy in meeting others and walking beside them in life’s journey, helping them have healthy, meaningful relationships and a fulfilling life.