Sara is a licensed psychologist who works with adults with depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief, substance abuse and adjustment disorders. With over 20 years of experience providing counseling in the workplace, she specializes in workplace issues such as job stress, coworker/supervisor relationships and career development. Sara received her advanced training in psychology and counseling from Iowa State University. She is a wife, mother and grandmother who enjoys golf, swimming, tennis and gardening.
Message from Sara:“Men and women have come to see me because they are grieving the death of a loved one, are reeling from a broken relationship, feel anxious or fed-up, they can’t remember the last time they had a good time, or feel a sense of despair. It can feel scary to see a therapist, but most people feel relieved after talking about their concerns. A famous psychologist, Mary Pipher, once wrote, “Psychotherapy is a way of exploring pain and confusion to produce meaning and hope.” I agree wholeheartedly.