- Grief & Loss
- Complex & Chronic Illness
- Anxiety & Trauma
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker
- Master of Arts, Social Work
- Bachelor of Arts, Social Work
- S&W Health Plan
- Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS)
- Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
- Group and Pension Administrators (GPA)
- Out of Network
- American Behavioral
- United Behavioral Health
Sarah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who received her MSW from Baylor University and her undergraduate in social work from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. She has 10 years of experience working with individuals and families in a variety of contexts.
She began her career working through Central Counties Services providing Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) services to children with disabilities and their families. In 2012, Sarah transitioned to Baylor Scott & White Health where she began providing support for the psychological and social needs of patients with complex illnesses and issues related to trauma, death, grief and loss, and bereavement. Sarah spent her final years at Baylor Scott & White Health working within the oncology departments. She had the honor and privilege of walking alongside patients with cancer and their families to serve and address emotional, physical, spiritual, relational, and psychological needs.
Sarah has spent the past four years with Pathways Group Counseling focusing her attention on grief and loss, complex and chronic illness, anxiety, and trauma. She believes in the integration of the mind, body, and spirit, and is trained in sand tray therapy and EMDR. She has begun pursuing the advanced requirements for EMDR certification and continues to expand her knowledge and training in embodied approaches to therapy and healing.
Sarah has experience working with individuals and families facing a variety of personal and relational difficulties. She believes in the beauty of diversity and is supportive of all people in their journey toward growth and healing. Above all, she is of the belief that for therapy to be effective, a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship is necessary. It is her goal and desire to support every client in their individual and personal search for hope and healing in the midst of life’s difficult circumstances.