Sarah’s Passions & Specialties:

  • Developing shame resilience 

  • Resolving feelings of unworthiness and exploring struggles with perfectionism

  • Assisting mamas in finding balance and fulfillment

  • Helping young women transition from adolescence to adulthood with a sense of competency and autonomy

  • Addressing anxiety through mindfulness and creativity

  • Healing from grief and loss

  • Leading creative Art Journaling Groups

  • Facilitating Daring Way and Rising Strong Groups and Workshops

*Sarah is currently on leave through summer 2019*

Meet Sarah

Sarah Jones, LCSW, CDWF has a warm and nurturing approach to helping clients discover and own their authentic story. Through our life history and experiences of trauma and wounds, as well as joys and successes, we create a story that can either empower us forward or get us stuck. Sarah’s goal is to help those who feel stuck, unravel the confusion and heal from the wounds that have led to depression, anxiety, shame, and fear. Sarah’s gentle approach allows clients to feel heard and to discover their path with support, comfort, and therapeutic challenge. Sarah has great passion for working with girls and women, and has extensive experience working with adolescent girls, young women transitioning into adulthood, and women facing challenges of work/life balance.

Sarah’s background includes a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Science in Social Work, both from the University of Texas at Austin. Sarah found her roots working with adolescents and families in community mental health. As her skills and passion grew to include a love of nature, Sarah moved to Montana and worked intensively with teenage girls at a therapeutic boarding school, providing individual, group, and family therapy. Upon her return to Austin, Sarah continued to work with teens and expanded her private practice to include women of all ages. In 2014, Sarah was trained in The Daring Way,™ a methodology created by Brené Brown. As a Daring Way™ Facilitator, Sarah assists clients in navigating their feelings of unworthiness, struggles with perfectionism, and tendencies to compare self with others - challenges most of us face in the age of social media. Through talk and creative expression, Sarah provides a safe stable place for self-exploration and growth.

You can read more about Sarah’s work here.