Sarah is a compassionate therapist for youth at Alpine’s Mountain View Campus. Her calm and warm approach helps young individuals navigate through difficult moments. By showing up authentically, she creates a safe space for our students to explore their challenges and sets an example of a healthy, trusting relationship. Sarah earned her B.A. in Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of San Diego, where she also worked in a research lab studying Autism Spectrum Disorders. Combining her love for the outdoors and mental health, she later became a field mentor at Elements Wilderness Program. This experience inspired her to pursue an MSW from the University of Utah. During graduate school, Sarah worked with individuals in substance abuse treatment and at the Women’s Resource Center.
Outside of her work, Sarah embraces outdoor adventures, including rock climbing, cycling, and skiing. Recently, she completed a bike ride from Canada to Mexico along the Pacific Coast. In her leisure time, Sarah enjoys crocheting and playing her ukulele. She strives to strike a balance between pushing her limits and finding comfort in life’s simple pleasures, while fostering passion, playfulness, and genuine connections.