Sarah is a first year MSW student at Western New Mexico University. She received her associates in Multicultural Childhood Education from Central New Mexico Community College and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2021 at Western New Mexico University. She ascribes to a trauma-informed, client-centered, embodied approach. She is especially dedicated to working with clients who have experienced religious trauma, attachment wounds and individuals in the LGBTQ+ community. Sarah's lived experiences bring a grounded, safe, and open presence to the therapeutic relationship. Using attachment theory and narrative therapy approaches, acting as a guide she encourages individuals to learn self-compassion and mindfulness practices. She views the therapist-client relationship as one of the biggest tools for understanding, reflection, and healing.