Sarah Coburn is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW). She has received her MSW degree from Boston College, along with her MA in Child Study and Human Development from Tufts University. While her background stems from working with children and adolescents, Sarah finds joy in working with clients of all ages.
Sarah previously worked in an acute care hospital providing support to patients and families. She has experience in guiding individuals through their own, or a family members’ illnesses, grief and bereavement, and the varying experiences that accompany a change in health status. Additionally, Sarah focuses on working with clients to explore and manage life changes, personal relationships, anxiety, depression, autism, emotion regulation and substance use.
Sarah utilizes a strength-based approach and draws from mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy practices to support clients on their journey to a more resilient and happy life with deeper social connections. Sarah recognizes that taking the first step to begin therapy can feel daunting and intimidating; however, she meets clients where they are and guides them through the process.