about me

I feel a sincere sense of gratitude with each new therapeutic relationship I begin because I understand that coming to a stranger in a time of crisis and suffering (or even just a time of stress and transition) is deeply vulnerable. Most of us struggle to ask for help, even from the people closest to us because we feel ashamed or embarrassed - as if we are supposed to know how to cope with every curve ball life throws at us. I can relate to that struggle and remain ever mindful of the challenge that exists when a person makes the courageous first step toward therapy.   My ultimate goal is to create a truly safe space where my clients feel free of judgment so they may explore deeply and freely all they wish to adapt in their lives. 

 

Throughout my career, I have been witness to the deep and lasting impact of the wounded spirit that is left unhealed, as well as the strength of the human spirit, our innate resilience, and our desire to thrive in all aspects of life and relationship. Whether you are seeking short-term support to move through a transition with a sense of empowerment or you aim to understand long-standing patterns and beliefs that continue to create suffering in your life, I intend to meet you there and walk with you toward a more fulfilled, balanced, and peaceful life. 

 

Welcome to your wholehearted path; I look forward to hearing from you!

 

Gratitude, 

Sarah

Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” 

Mary Oliver

Sarah's Background

  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology,

  • Minor in Art History

  • Master of Science in Social Work

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Texas #52241

  • Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator

  • Senior Therapist with GT Therapy Group

Sarah's Passions & Specialities

  • Developing shame resilience 

  • Resolving feelings of unworthiness and exploring struggles with perfectionism

  • Assisting mamas in finding balance and fulfillment

  • Helping young women transition from adolescence to adulthood with a sense of competency and autonomy

  • Addressing anxiety through mindfulness and creativity

  • Healing from grief and loss

  • Leading creative Art Journaling Groups

  • Facilitating Daring Way and Rising Strong Groups and Workshops

© 2015 by Sarah Jones, LCSW

612 W. 22nd Street, Unit B, Austin, TX 78705 

512-693-9424

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