Sarah Holliday

sarah Sarah is passionate about working with a variety of individuals who suffer from anxiety, depression, PTSD, and grief. She subscribes to the person-centered theory and the belief that we all hold the inner ability to change when internally motivated. She believes it is her job as a counselor to be a resource for your journey and accomplishments, but it is your responsibility to commit to your treatment. She has a passion for helping people but believes that helping someone help themselves is so much more profound.

Sarah has experience as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), which is where she found her passion for mental health as a potential career and truly hasn’t looked back since. Because of her experience as a public servant, she hopes to reduce the stigma of mental health in those community members who are often exposed to vicarious trauma and hold space for those individuals affected.

Sarah graduated from Lamar University in 2022, completing her degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Sarah earned her Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, with a minor in Psychology in 2019. She is a certified EMT and is experienced in responding to emergency calls. Sarah has experience as a Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT) and has utilized that experience while working with children and teenagers diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Sarah is a member of the American Counseling Association and has been invited to join Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Society, the Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement, as well as Phi Kappa Phi.