Hi, I’m Sabrina! I’m glad you’re here. We’re living in times that can feel isolating and overwhelming, and we’ve all internalized things over our lives that can make connection to ourselves and to our community feel impossible. I believe therapy can create a space for each of us to build trust and radical self-acceptance for ourselves, learn to honor our needs, and help us connect with the community that honors us, too. If you’re feeling hopeless, stuck, or unsure of your path forward, you are not alone. I’d be honored to take that journey with you.
I’m working towards a certificate in Trans Affirmative Therapy through my graduate program, and I have a deep passion for social justice advocacy, intersectional feminism, and practicing from a fat-positive, Health at Every Size lens. I believe strongly that clients deserve informed, competent care from their providers without having to take on the burden of that education themselves. My role as a counselor is reflective in nature rather than directive, and I believe that my clients have the best insight on what they’d like to work on in our sessions together. Some of my areas of interest include depression, body image concerns, inner-critic work, and LGBTQ+ identity exploration. I also enjoy supporting partners and families of trans folks—if you need a place to ask questions and receive non-judgmental support while your loved one explores their identity, I see you, and I am here for you.
I am currently pursuing my M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with Antioch University, and when I’m not working, you can find me creating costumes (historical and cosplay), taking my puppy out for walks in the woods, getting deeply invested in sci-fi and fantasy stories, and experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen.
Monday: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Wednesday: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Friday: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm