Sarah Scheidler, MSW

Sarah Sarah believes in the power of the therapeutic relationship and post traumatic growth.
While having a foundation in Cognitive Behavioral Theory, Systems Theory and Attachment Theory, Sarah’s approach expands healing potential by offering trauma-informed interventions guided by Expressive Therapy, nervous system regulation, interpersonal neurobiology, and mindfulness.

Experience: Sarah has run from bullets, faced sudden death and betrayals. She is a mother of four brillant, hysterical and maddening children. Cultivating a life she loves is a passion, she does this in part by providing services to children, adolescents and adults in a variety of settings. She has worked alongside these clients in the yoga studio, Full Service Partnership programs, Domestic Violence Prevention, School Based Services, Outpatient Clinics, and Expressive Art Groups individually, as family units and in groups. She co-hosts a podcast monthly that offers a place where both the sacred and irreverent are offered a seat at the table. She loves helping others reconnect to themselves and others.

Sarah received her Masters Degree in Social Work with a Certificate in Trauma at Simmons University. She also holds a Bachelors in Social Work from Azusa Pacific University. Following curiosity Sarah has pursued training and experience in the Art 4 Healing Method and A Window Between Worlds. She holds her 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Certification and studied further with Judith Hanson Lasater to explore Restorative Yoga. Deepening her trauma knowledge she has completed Trauma Sensitive Yoga and is a 40 Hour Domestic Violence Counselor Advocate.

Specializations: Trauma, grief, chronic stress, attachment challenges, parenting challenges, relationship challenges, neurodiverse challenges and exploration of unhelpful coping skills. Utilizing a many theories such as Cognitive Behavioral Theory, Systems Theory, Attachment Theory, most often leaning on trauma-informed interventions guided by Expressive Therapy, yoga and Breathwork to help regulate the nervous system and interpersonal neurobiology to co-regulate.
Client focus: children, adolescents, and adults
Services available: Telehealth  |  Sliding scale: Yes

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