Sarah Roth – MSW, LICSW
Mental Health Professional
Sarah received her Undergraduate Degree in Child Youth and Family Studies, specializing in human development, and her graduate degree is in Social Work. This combination of studies has helped Sarah create a humanistic and person-centered approach to therapy, which allows for the clients to feel supported and advocated for.
During therapy, Sarah strives to create an uplifting and optimistic environment in her work with her clients. Focusing on the whole person, including the social and biological impacts, Sarah uses a strengths-based perspective in supporting her clients through therapy. Sarah values openness and respect in her approach and identifies relationships are at the root of a successful therapeutic process.
Understanding that life can throw curveballs at us, and sometimes those curveballs can be hard to navigate, Sarah enjoys helping individuals, children, and families who are transitioning through hardships in life-however big or small. Sarah is also well-suited to treat clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, depression, anxiety, and trauma related disorders while using a trauma informed lens in her approach.
Sarah engages a multitude of modalities when working with her clients. Utilizing a combination of Psychodynamic therapy, where clients can build a strong relationship with the clinician, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, where clients are asked to focus on connecting their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors through different strategies, Sarah has found have been the most effective in improving overall symptoms in clients.
- M.S.W. - University of St. Thomas
- B.S. - University of Nebraska, Lincoln
- Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker