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Click here to contact our client care coordinator about working with Sarah!

Specialities include:

    -Children, Adolescents, & Adults (age 3+)
    -LGBTQIA+ Affirming

    -Trans and Non-Binary Affirming

    -Gender Exploration

    -Anxiety & Depression

    -Neurodiverse Clients

    -Social Skills

    -Body Image & Disordered Eating

    -Teenage Support
    -Parenting Concerns

    -Life Transitions
   -Self Esteem Issues

    -Sex Positive (Kink, Sex Work & Non-Monogamy Affirming)

    -HAES Affirming

*Family Therapist

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Sarah does not accept insurance. Her fees are on a sliding scale.

Sarah's fees:

  • 50-minute session for individuals: $35-$100

  • 50-minute session for families and relationships: $35-$100;

  • 80-minute session for families and relationships: $50-$150.

Sarah Glass, Clinical Intern

Pronouns: she/her

I believe that optimal health and happiness is reliant on a combination of mastering skills that match our specific needs and nurturing our relationships — both to others and to ourselves. Like most things in life, this requires a balance that looks different for every person, and it is my job to help you and/or your family achieve this balance.

If you are feeling stuck or hopeless about how to make things better, know that you are not alone. Therapy is a way for us to acquire new skills, access resources and community, and improve our relationship to ourselves. I value creating a safe, non-judgmental space for us to
explore and work through the things you are struggling with. I find that darkness, humor, messiness, and lightheartedness can all be aids in the therapeutic process so I welcome those parts of you as well!

My approach...

As a systems therapist, I do not see people or problems as isolated entities. Instead, I view everything as interconnected, affected by the environments and identities that they exist within. I recognize this can make the healing process that much more complex but I believe it is the only way to honor our nuanced experiences. Because of this, I strive to make therapy both holistic and achievable based on your life and circumstances to target sustainable change.

I work from a socioculturally attuned, anti-oppressive framework. I believe a balance of cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and strengths-based approaches can benefit clients most and is dependent on your unique needs and challenges. The modalities I draw from include attachment-based family therapy (ABFT), emotion-focused therapy (EFT), solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and internal family systems (IFS). In order to work systemically, I usually encourage parents or caregivers to be involved in therapy when working with children and teens. I am passionate about helping clients increase their agency, amplify their strengths and self-worth, explore their options, and feel more connected.

Overall, my goal is to work with you to help you find solutions, supports, and new ways of thinking/being/doing things that are achievable and fit your life. You possess the expertise of your own experience and together we can bring about changes that increase joy, connectedness, and fulfillment in your life.

Professional training & memberships...

I am a Master’s level student in the Couples and Family Therapy Program at Antioch University, Seattle and am also currently pursuing a certificate in Sex Therapy from Antioch. I earned a BA in Biology with a minor in Psychology from Whitman College. I have experience with telephone crisis line services and have worked closely with children and teens with eating disorders, anxiety, depression, ADHD, ASD, and mood dysregulation. I have also worked with trans and
non-binary youth/adults and am a passionate advocate of the Health At Every Size paradigm.

I am a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and the Washington Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT).

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