Human beings grow, change, develop and explore in relationship with each other. They can also experience so much pain, trauma, neglect, and loss in these connections. Therapy is another type of relationship, one that seeks to not only explore how we connect and have connected with others, but also to repair and restore our capacity to continue to build connection. Therapy is also a place to explore the most important and enduring relationship any of us have, which is our relationship with our self.
Sarah Beatty (she/her) is a client-centered therapist who specializes in individual therapy with children,
adolescents, and adults. Sarah utilizes a warm, empathic, trauma-informed, relational approach, often incorporating psychoeducation and self-compassionate practices into the process of therapy.
Sarah is keenly aware of the harmful systems of racism, homophobia, fatphobia, capitalism, and patriarchy present in our lives as well as in the counseling profession and attempts to disrupt these systems inside and outside of the therapy space. Sarah brings a gentle and human approach to therapy
and hopes her clients feel fully seen and heard in each session.
Sarah’s areas of specialty:
- Children, teen and young adult mental health
- LGBTQIA+ issues
- Domestic violence
- Interpersonal relationships
Sarah can be reached at 847-475-7003 x 26 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah accepts: BCBS PPO
Education and Credentials:
MSW (Master of Social Work), 2014, Loyola University Chicago
LCSW (Illinois Licensed Clinical Social Worker)