Sarah Dzimian, M.A.T.

Exposure Coach/Mental Health Counseling Intern

B.S., Psychology, Sacred Heart University // M.A., Teaching, Sacred Heart University // M.S.W. candidate

Sarah has more than 7 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in academic and therapeutic settings. For three years, they previously worked in private and public schools as an elementary school teacher prior to pursuing a career in the mental health field. Sarah has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Teaching from Sacred Heart University. They are currently pursuing a master's degree in Social Work with the goal of becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Sarah has interest in the relationship between anxiety, vulnerability, and resilience. In addition, Sarah takes great interest in focusing on LGBTQ issues and advocacy.

Their Inspiration:

Sarah’s own journey with anxiety allows them to connect and better understand adolescents and young adults, while also developing a strong and authentic therapeutic relationship. Sarah is most gratified when treatment unfolds in development of grit and determination. They consider their life’s mission to be a guiding mentor for adolescents during their toughest times.