We believe in building a relationship with clients where they feel comfortable and accepted, yet challenged to grow. We believe that you are the expert of you – you know yourself better than anyone – so we don’t focus on labels.
We focus on you as a whole person.
So, our approach is wholistic and systemic. We use evidence-based therapy techniques to help you develop a growth mindset and get to the root of your struggles. Then we help you learn and use practical, doable strategies to get “unstuck” and develop new patterns.
When we work together, we’ll empower you to see things in new ways, establish and maintain open and effective communication with your loved ones, resolve conflicts, clarify boundaries, rekindle your relationships, and improve the overall quality of your life.
THERAPY DESIGNED TO MEET YOUR NEEDS
Feeling stuck, frustrated, or exhausted by your relationship? We can help you and your partner learn to communicate your thoughts, feelings, and needs so that you can reconnect as a couple.
Does it feel like your family is falling apart? We’ll use a systemic approach to help your family understand its patterns, then help you rebuild your relationships with each other.
Struggling to find balance or adequately fulfill your responsibilities at home or work? We can help you work through the things that are blocking you from living your best life.
Tired of all the tantrums and meltdowns? We’ll help you recognize and understand your parenting style and what’s getting in your way from having a better relationship with your child.
NO JUDGEMENT. JUST SOLUTIONS.
We believe that therapy should be a safe space. We are all about helping you honestly assess why you are where you are, and how you can make things better. So, when we work with individuals, couples, parents, and families, everything is completely confidential and judgement-free. We are here to support you and get you where you want to go.
Sarah Saunders, MA, LPCC-S
Hi, I’m Sarah. I’m a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with extensive background in marriage and family therapy. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Art Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University, and my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Akron.
I’m a working mom of four young boys, so I know how challenging it can be to navigate a busy life and still make your mental health and your relationships a priority. Whether you’re looking to understand yourself better, overcome difficulty, or improve your relationships, I’m here to listen and help.