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Sarah Christman, LCSW (she/her)

Sarah Christman, LCSW (she/her)


Raise your hand if life has ever felt too chaotic, stressful, unbearable,
lonely, or confusing? (My hand’s raised!)   We all experience times
when life feels overwhelming and we don’t have to get through it
alone. I offer a warm and lighthearted space for you to feel
comfortable expressing your true self, capable of overcoming your
biggest struggles and fears, and safe to explore your greatest hopes.

Grief shows up in evident and lesser known ways in our lives – from
the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, changes in
identity and friendships due to growth or life transitions, missed
opportunities, pet loss, to unrealized dreams and more. The
emotional pain that accompanies these losses is often unnamed or
overshadowed as life for others seems to proceed as usual. Loss can
be difficult to talk about – so many times we feel alone in our
suffering or minimize it by thinking we just need to “move on.” I work
with individuals to uncover and normalize the impacts of loss, and
invite them into finding ways to be with and move through grief.

I also support people struggling with self-worth, anxiety, stress, relationship issues, and life transitions. This includes high schoolers who want to feel more confident in their own skin, college students and young adults who are on a journey of self-discovery, and individuals who want to feel more grounded in themselves and connected within relationships. My style is very explorational and conversational as sessions often ebb and flow from past to present -unearthing how past experiences and relationships shape our present day narratives, feelings, thoughts, and patterns.

I realize initiating therapy takes an act of courage and requires investment of time and resources. If you would like, I’m happy to answer any questions you have before you start to ensure we are a good fit.


Sarah holds a master’s degree in Social Work and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration/Marketing. Sarah has experience working with adolescents, parents, couples, and families in outpatient, in-home, and wilderness based residential settings. Sarah pulls from training in Narrative, Cognitive Behavioral, Structural Family, Transgenerational, Solution Oriented, Mindfulness, and Gottman Method Couples evidence-based therapies and theories to meet each client’s unique needs. In her free time, Sarah enjoys spending time outdoors, settling down with a great book, and spending time with those she loves.


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