Sarah helps adults and adolescents who experience ADHD and OCD-related perfectionism develop the tools needed to confidently manage anxiety. Sarah is also passionate about equipping individuals with a toolbox full of strategies to better manage stress and academic pressure. As a former perfectionist herself, Sarah truly understands the challenges you're facing and can ensure you that throughout your therapy journey, you will experience positive change together.
When you're in sessions with Sarah, she creates a safe and non-judgmental space where you can explore your thoughts and emotions without fear of criticism or misunderstanding. Sarah works collaboratively with you to identify your triggers and develop effective strategies to manage them. Sarah’s approach is built on trust, and you can expect to gain a deeper understanding of yourself and develop the skills to lead a more fulfilling life. In session with Sarah, it often feels like having coffee with your friend and you may even see her pup Finnigan pop into session every now and again!
Beyond sessions, Sarah can be found exploring scenic hiking trails with her Frenchie, Finnigan, catching up on her favourite reality T.V. shows (her guilty pleasure is Real Housewives!), trying out local coffee shops, or reading a good fiction novel on her Kindle. Sarah also enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and you can always find her buying candles she certainly doesn't need while browsing through Homesense or Indigo.
Master of Social Work, University of Toronto (2021)
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Honours), Ryerson University (2019)
Evidence-Informed Sleep Solutions (SickKids Hospital)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in Children and Teens (SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health)
The Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers
Ontario Association of Social Workers
Phi Alpha Honorary Social Work Society with the University of Toronto