Sara Richeson, LCPC utilizes a blend of treatment modalities including cognitive behavioral, person-centered and strengths-based approaches to provide individual, group and family therapy to children, adults and families. These theoretical approaches focus on the individual and utilize the power of the therapeutic relationship to guide the therapy process. Sara believes that the relationship between the client and counselor is critical and that it is the catalyst to healing, change and emotional growth. She has a passion for empowering and helping individuals find an optimal balance of mental health and wellness in their lives.
Sara’s areas of interest include working with clients experiencing adjustment issues, anxiety, attention/hyperactivity issues, complex trauma, depression, domestic violence, negative self-worth and oppositional/defiant behaviors.
For over 7 years, Sara has worked with children, adults and families in a variety of clinical settings, including group home, outpatient and school-based settings. She also has extensive experience working with individuals who have experienced complex trauma and she implements a trauma-informed approach with her clients.
Sara is a Montana State Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and a member of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish and a Master of Science in Counselor Education. She has also completed clinical supervision coursework with Montana’s chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) enabling her to provide consultation and clinical supervision for in-training practitioners.