Supervised by Courtney Jordan, LPC-S
Get to know Sarah
Sarah is a Texas native who, as a young child, was eager to help those in need. She has a strong desire to remind individuals how valued they are. After graduating high school, Sarah decided to follow her passion and pursue a degree in counseling. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and her Masters in Clinical Mental Health from Southwestern Assemblies of God University. Sarah believes in the power of listening, providing support and appropriate counseling tools to those she works with. Her work is focused on impacting the individual’s outlook and paving a path forward that is healthy and promising. Sarah knows that we all have a story to share and is honored to walk with clients on their journey.
Sarah has a background in education and has been a high school teacher and special education teacher’s assistant. She reflects that her experience has allowed her the opportunity to teach and help students learn life lessons that they will employ long after schooling.
Sarah meets clients where they are at and believes that the life changing ability of taking control of one’s thinking patterns is greatly beneficial. She focuses on thought awareness and restructuring to help her clients. Although it is impossible for an individual to process every thought that enters our brain, we do have the power to control irrational and rational thoughts. The framework for this theory highlights the importance of becoming conscious of our thought patterns and replacing irrational beliefs with rational beliefs.
During her free time, Sarah enjoys exploring coffee shops with friends, binge-watching her favorite television shows and spending time with her dog (Arlo) and cat (Ferguson). She is also a big fan of reading psychological thrillers.