I’m Sarah Love, a therapist in Ann Arbor, Mi, providing in-person, phone, and Skype counseling services to individuals and groups. Since graduating in 2011 with my Masters in Counseling and subsequent years working as an individual and family therapist, I have formed the belief that at the heart of our grief, pain, and suffering is a deep need to feel seen and heard. That it’s in the meeting of this very need that we truly heal and can again hear the song that’s been humming along in our soul the whole time.
As your counselor, I’ll partner with you on your journey toward wellness and will assist you in exploring the troubling areas of your life. I know how hard it can be to feel disconnected from your truth, to feel unsatisfied and unsettled, and to feel like life has to be all figured out right now. It doesn’t. However, it doesn’t mean you just have to sit idly while life seemingly figures itself out – we can learn to cope with the uncertainty, even to embrace it, and to accept the discomfort that is part of life.
I graduated from Eastern Michigan University in 2011 and have since been practicing as an Infant Mental Health Therapist. In this role, I’ve worked with people, from infancy through adulthood, to strengthen their relationships with their caregiver(s)/children and to heal from depression, anxiety, grief/loss, and trauma. I approach my work from a person-centered, humanistic framework, which means I believe my clients truly know what’s best for them despite the difficulty in consistently trusting and acting on that knowing.
For Skype/phone counseling, please email me at email@example.com.