Sarah Roman, MSW, LCSW
Working as a Clinical Social Worker, I am dedicated to using a strengths based perspective within therapy while focusing on empowering clients to create changes they’ve identified within their lives based upon their personal goals. I have an interest and experience working in Behavioral Medicine, and value a focus on the mind/body connection within therapy. My goal is to engage clients as partners within the therapy process and to provide clients a supportive therapeutic relationship and environment. In addition to outpatient individual therapy, I have worked with a wide variety of populations within community health center settings, as well as residential substance use. Areas of focus include working with individuals who have a dual diagnosis and/or chronic health or mental health conditions, substance use, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, grief, wish to improve relationships, or are dealing with life changes or stressors. In my practice, I draw from a number of treatment therapies including, Brief therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness, and Psycho-dynamic therapy.