“You deserve someone you can truly be yourself with, and feel comfortable sharing the best and scariest parts of you. We will work together to build trust and learn about what’s going on in your life. Using the right tools, what we can achieve together is truly remarkable.”
Nicole Rubin, MS
Sarah Evers (She/Her)
Associate Professional Counselor (APC),
Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), Master of Science (MS),
Master of Public Health (MPH) and Clinical Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC).
"The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I change."
- Carl Rogers
Sarah uses person-centered counseling, prioritizing unconditional positive regard, authenticity, and empathy. Sarah’s aim is to establish a therapeutic relationship with clients to promote a sense of trust, safety, and encouragement to try new skills and new ways of thinking.
Sarah prefers an integrative model of psychotherapy grounded in a mindful presence. A large focus of her practice is supporting individuals to develop greater self-compassion, gratitude, and a deeper understanding of self. She often draws from evidence-based interventions such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) as well as Positive Psychology. She appreciates that humor and laughter can be medicine. Sarah frequently uses expressive techniques such art, writing, and music to bring greater connection to self.
It is Sarah’s life’s work to support individuals experiencing emotional pain in all its forms. Her special interests include working with individuals living with and caring for those with chronic illness, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and grief. Sarah strives to practice cultural humility and provide trauma-informed care. She is a Gender-Affirming, Queer-Allied and Body Positive counselor.
Ages: 13 and up