Sarah سارا (sɑːˈrɑː) is a queer, non-binary, neurodivergent, and Middle Eastern therapist. Their practice is grounded in anti-oppressive, gender-affirming, sex-positive, and trauma-informed perspectives, with a focus on holistic empowerment and healing. Sarah is consistently working to broaden their awareness surrounding the intersection of my privilege and impacting identities.
Sarah hopes to challenge clients to uncover and project their authentic and dynamic potential, while acknowledging the harmful impacts of oppressive systems and celebrating their growth along the way. As someone who experiences, expresses, and understands their identities differently at different times, Sarah holds space for clients to explore their infinite ways of being.
Sarah's work centers around supporting BIPOC and 2STLGBQIA+ individuals, with a particular interest in working with transgender, non-binary, and gender expansive individuals. They have extensive experience working with diaspora, immigrants, refugees, and children of immigrant families, including those who are first-generation and beyond.
In their leisure time, Sarah enjoys dancing, hiking, reading poetry, savoring delicious food, watching spooky movies, browsing through used bookstores, listening to Miss Simone, and nurturing relationships within their community and family, both blood and chosen.