Sarah completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Montana in 2017. Prior to joining CAPS, Sarah completed her internship at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville Student Counseling Center and worked for the University of Montana’s Counseling Center. She has a broad range of experience working and collaborating with individuals of diverse multicultural backgrounds and presenting concerns.
Sarah emphasizes the importance of the therapeutic relationship and she is committed to providing a safe and affirming space for all forms of diversity. When not in the office, Sarah enjoys spending time with family and friends, making wooden toys and exploring the beauty of Boulder.
Gender Pronouns: She, Her, Hers
PhD Clinical Psychology, University of Montana, 2017
MA Clinical Psychology, University of Montana, 2013
BA Psychology, Saint Michael's College, 2008
Areas of Interest:
Anxiety, depression, diversity/multicultural issues, GLBTQ affirmative therapy, exposure and response prevention for OCD, prolonged exposure for PTSD and grief/loss.