an integrationist perspective. She received her PhD in
Clinical Psychology from the APA-accredited University of
Windsor in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. She also completed an
APA-accredited predoctoral internship at LSU Health
Sciences Center in New Orleans. She completed a 2-year
postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Washington
Center for Human Development and Disability Child
Development Clinic in the Leadership Education in
Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Program. In addition to
offering assessment and therapy services at Olympic
Psychology Services, Sara also works as a clinical psychologist
at the University of Washington Autism Center in Tacoma,

Sara brings a strong lifespan approach, having worked with
infants through elderly in a variety of settings, including
schools, outpatient clinics, inpatient hospitals, emergency
departments, and university clinics. Sara has experience
with a range of presenting issues including trauma-related
problems, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, mood
disorders, personality disorders, ADHD, intellectual
disabilities, learning disorders, and those who are gifted.
She is passionate about helping children and families to
improve their lives by equipping them with knowledge and
skills while helping them to discover the strengths that they
already have.

In her spare time, Sara enjoys cooking, hiking, and enjoying
the beautiful sights of the Pacific Northwest with her
husband and son.

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