Sarah earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Northern Arizona University and her Masters of Social Work degree from New York University, with a specialty certification in Clinical Supervision. Sarah has spent close to two decades working with young adults in the field of social work and collegiate mental health. Prior to joining The Dorm, Sarah was the Assistant Director for Outreach at The George Washington University’s Counseling & Psychological Services where her hybrid role was centered around expert clinical care and the development and implementation of campus-wide outreach, as well as serving on the leadership team of the Center. Sarah is currently an Adjunct Lecturer at Columbia University’s School of Social Work and has previously worked with the University of Maryland, Barnard College and Semester at Sea.
This pandemic has created not only the fear of the virus and so much grief and loss, surrounding us with the death and illness of so many people in the United States and around the world, but also the isolation that happens with quarantine.7 March 2021
We can reframe the idea of the vaccine that it’s not just about ourselves, but this is actually an act of service that we’re doing for our whole community.7 March 2021
As students consider their options for the year ahead, a Therapeutic Gap Year presents a unique opportunity for academic maturity and skill-building, intrinsic personal development and enrichment.7 March 2021