Sarah Mueller, MA, LCPC, ATR-BC
Psychotherapist & Art Therapist
Do things in your life not seem to be working anymore? Are you feeling more disconnected, down and isolated, and unwilling to engage in the things you used to enjoy? Or are you feeling so anxious about life that it no longer seems manageable? Maybe you’re drinking more, eating less (or more), or finding it difficult to get out of bed. Perhaps you find the meaningful relationships in your life lacking. Sometimes life throws us curveballs that we can’t seem to recover from. And you know what? That’s okay. Because you can get through this.
My job is to help you tap into your potential so that you can life a full, meaningful life. As an art therapist and counselor, we will creatively explore the things in your life that aren’t working and I can help you find solutions to the things that are get in the way of living your life to the fullest. You’re not in this alone.
If you are ready to start taking back the reins and making changes that will help you feel more connected with yourself and the world around you, let’s chat today.
I have a Masters Degree in Counseling and Art Therapy from Adler University and am a Registered Art Therapist through the Art Therapy Credentials Board. I have worked with clients with trauma, mood disorders, eating disorders, and substance use issues in a residential treatment center for female-identifying residents. I have worked with adolescents and adults with depression, anxiety, bipolar I & II, trauma, survivors of domestic violence, life transition difficulties, self-image issues, body image issues, eating disorders, and substance use. I practice from a lens of Adlerian, CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), DBT-informed (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), ACT-informed (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), as well as person-centered, intersectionality, creative expression, and mindfulness-based approaches. I am currently working towards my certification in EMDR Therapy and am currently healing trauma through EMDR with my clients.
Pronouns — She/Her
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