Sarah K. Weber, M.A.
Sarah K. Weber received her Master’s in Counseling and School Counseling from Siena
Heights University in 2009 and her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Western Michigan University
in 2004. Sarah utilizes a therapeutic model that incorporates Person Centered (Rogerian)
therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis and work anchored in the therapeutic alliance between the
client and counselor. She uses many different types of therapeutic interventions, including
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques
and Motivational Interviewing among other evidenced based practices. She engaged in post
graduate training in Sandtray and Play therapies.
Sarah specializes in working with depressive disorders, survivors of abuse and trauma, grief and loss, anxiety
disorders, domestic and sexual violence, LGBT issues, human sexuality and substance abuse. With children and
teenagers, she has demonstrated effectiveness in parent education, adjustment disorders and familial and
relationship issues. She has particular interest in working with women’s issues, post-partum concerns and those
related to reproductive complications and infant loss. Other areas of continued focus for Sarah are
neuropsychology, parenting children on the Autism Spectrum, Attachment Issues and non-medication
interventions for ADHD. Sarah has been working with children and families in the Jackson Community for the
past fourteen years with a broad range of experience. Sarah is a member of the National Association for Play
Therapy and the Michigan Association of Play Therapy.