Dr Sarah Sease is a Clinical Psychologist who specialises in working with both women and men’s issues, taking an accepting approach with validation to help individuals have a more authentic sense of self while addressing any difficulties that may be hindering them from the life they desire. She believes that all humans are deserving of compassion and the freedom to be themselves and live a meaningful and enriching life of their own making. Her goal is to help those identify barriers that are preventing them from living that meaningful life and to help them work towards it.
She is trained in numerous methods and has a large toolbox of skills and strategies, able to identify which strategies best suits her patient's needs and goals. She only uses evidence-based practices and prides herself on following the newest and strongest research within the field.
She approaches therapy with a non-judgmental attitude and treats everyone with compassion and understanding, creating a welcoming and safe environment to work on challenging aspects of life.
Dr Sease received her Doctor of Psychology from the Institute for Graduate Psychology at Widener University in Pennsylvania. This highly rigorous program is the longest-running doctorate of psychology program in the United States. As an integrated program, educational and real-world training elements include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, psychodynamic framework, humanistic theories, and others.
Additionally, she received a Masters in Education from Widener University, specialising in intimacy and relationship issues and disorders. The intimacy program at Widener is one of the few accredited intimacy-based programs in the United States, aiming to train individuals to work with a myriad of relationship and intimacy issues, relationship difficulties, and other sensitive issues related to coupling and relationships. It focuses on evidence-based practices and the latest research.
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy/Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Concentration
- Military and Veteran Behavioural Health Program
- Relationship and intimacy challenges/disorders
- Couples therapy and Intimacy therapy
Additional areas of work:
- Mood disorders
- Interpersonal difficulties
- Personality Disorders
- Crisis Interventions and Assessments
- Women’s issues
- Men’s issues
- Young adult transitions (e.g. college, family, career exploration, etc.)