Sarah Kahn is a current graduate student from LaSalle University’s clinical counseling program. She obtained her undergraduate degree in psychology with a minor in studio arts from the University of Pittsburgh, and a master’s in education from the University of Pennsylvania.
Sarah joins CFCE and the mental health field after years of experience as an educator. She has experience running peer support groups as a volunteer for the Philadelphia Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). As a licensed yoga instructor and practitioner, Sarah is deeply drawn to helping clients through mindfulness, meditation, and embodiment to help de-stress, feel and manage all emotions.
She utilizes a humanistic, client-centered, insight and existential approach to counseling clients.
By offering a safe, non-judgmental space, she invites clients to be vulnerable and accountable to collaboratively set goals for well-being.
- Adults and parents
- Older children and adolescents
- Grief and loss
- Stage of Life changes/transitions
- Perinatal-postpartum mental health
- Substance use
Fee: $50 for a 45 – 50 minute session