Sarah was born in Papua New Guinea, and spent her early years growing up in the south Pacific islands among a multitude of races, cultures, and languages. From there she moved to the States, injecting herself into yet another culture, to begin her collegiate academic career at Letourneau University in Longview, Texas. Having completed her undergraduate degree she then moved to Dallas and earned her Masters degree in Professional Counseling.
She now resides in Oak Cliff with her husband and two (seventy-pound) lapdogs, Daisy and Mistletoe. Aside from her thrilling escapades at work, Sarah enjoys staying in, drinking locally sourced coffee, reading or listening to a podcast, and traveling the world when she gets the chance.
At the core of her beliefs is that healing is for everyone and therapy is for anyone. No matter where you find yourself, be it at rock bottom, in a dark place, or simply in need of someone to talk to – and really listen – therapy could be beneficial for you. She is excited to use all the tools we have available at our fingertips – from time tested and dependable talk therapy to cutting edge neurobiology – to heal the minds and hearts and souls of the community around her.
Being a lifelong learner, Sarah is continually seeking to further her knowledge about therapy, brains, relationships, and how they all work together. Sarah hopes to see all her clients find a place where a journey towards real healing can begin.
Oak Cliff Counselors
- LMFT Associate Supervised by Kimberly Gist-Miller, LMFT-SSpecialties: Adulting, Couples Counseling, Cultural Issues, Divorce & Adjustment, Family Issues, Grief & Loss, LGBTQ & Gender Issues, Managing Life Transitions, Medical Issues, School Related Issues, Self-Discovery, Sex & Sexuality, Special Needs