Sarah is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with advanced training in perinatal and infant mental health. She earned her degree from the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver with a clinical focus in family systems and a graduate certificate in interpersonal trauma studies.
Sarah is certified as a Perinatal Mental Health Specialist through Postpartum Support International and has completed a fellowship at the Irving Harris Program for Infant Mental Health and Early Childhood Development through University of Colorado's Department of Psychiatry. Sarah is trained in Brainspotting and has successfully integrated this modality into her practice for clients experiencing anxiety, grief, perinatal/reproductive trauma, OCD, and PTSD, including treatment for first responders and their families. As a spouse of a firefighter, Sarah has unique insight into the demands placed upon both emergency responders and their loved ones.
In addition to offering counseling services at Anchored Denver, Sarah is a perinatal social worker within a large health system supporting individuals and families through high risk pregnancies, perinatal mood complications, parenting babies in the NICU, pregnancy and newborn loss, and parent-child relational support.
Anchored Denver is committed to maintaining an anti-racist approach and prioritizes inclusivity in therapeutic practice, among colleagues and within the community at large through evidence-based treatment and continuing education, ongoing self-reflection and examination of inherent biases and actively challenging viewpoints and systems that perpetuate harm.