Sarah Weber

Sarah Weber (She/They)

Licensed Professional Counselor


I am an artist, therapist, yoga practitioner and a reality tv fan. I come to this field with lots of lived experienced.

Client Status

accepting clients



At a Glance


Rate: $160-$168

Provides free initial consultation

Practicing Since: 2020


  • Individual
  • Family
  • Group
  • Teen

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Network

My Ideal Client

Talking to a new person about the hards parts of your life can feel deeply vulnerable! Whether it’s coming to therapy for the first time, returning after a break, or transitioning therapists, I understand the bravery and inner strength that reaching out for help requires. I aim to make the process of coming to therapy easy by making folks feel respected, safe, and understood. I provide space where people can be human, share truths, laugh/cry, and practice new skills.

What I Specialize In

I specialize in Anxiety, OCD, Specific Phobias, Parenting Issues, and Trauma. I have training in Exposure and Response Prevention. In my practice, I integrate and individualize use of a few frameworks: Art Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, and Compassion Focused Therapy. Change, self-learning, and personal growth can happen when a person is ready and has the space to explore feelings with support. I help people with anxiety, OCD, and Specific Phobias to lean in to expand new learning, manage symptoms, and live a life driven by values, instead of fears. I enjoy helping parents navigate difficult issues in the home as well! Learn more on my website and instagram @saywithsarah.

More About the People We Treat

In my practice, I work hard to individualize a combination of evidence based treatments and expressive therapies to meet the needs and interests of the person. Therapy with me can help people learn to co-exist with feelings and fears by: Creating a safe space for trust and exploration to exist. Discovering core values to motivate and empower new choices. Identifying sensations, symptoms, and treatment modalities to increase self-awareness. Practicing being brave in the midst of anxiety and stress. Providing information on the body and brain’s responses. Strengthening compassion practices. Parents, partners, and support people also often need information and guidance to supplement the changes an individual is creating in therapy.

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