Sarah Harris is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and an Approved Supervisor Candidate and Clinical Fellow with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). She is in the process of meeting the requirements for the AAMFT Approved Supervisor designation.
Sarah is receiving ongoing supervision from an approved supervisor mentor and can provide supervision to MFT interns, LMFTAs and LMFTs.
She has completed the 30 contact hour course in Marriage and Family Therapy Supervision Fundamentals which included both interactional and didactic instructional methods. She completed this at the AAMFT Institutes. She has also met the requirement to write a Philosophy of Supervision paper which was reviewed by the course instructor and the Approved Supervisor mentor. She has actively supervised MFT Interns from several local colleges.
Sarah currently offers relational and individual hours at her Private Practice. She is a Registered Play Therapist in addition to a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. She uses some of the most recent Play Therapy approaches such as Circle of Security (early intervention program for children and parents), Theraplay (playful activities with parent and child to strengthen the attachment bond) and Child-Centered Play Therapy. Interns have access to a fully stocked Play Therapy room, have their own caseload and have numerous opportunities to observe her in sessions.
She is also on track towards Emotionally Focused Therapy certification and employ EFT techniques in her couples therapy approaches.
Additionally, she facilitates Social Skills Groups and interns have the opportunity to co-facilitate such groups.
Please email the following to firstname.lastname@example.org,if interested.
-Copy of your transcript
-Copy of your resume
-Copy of your license (if applicable)
-Copy of your liability insurance
What do others have to say….
I would highly recommend Sarah as a supervisor! She is a great balance between challenging and supportive; she pushes you to be your best, while being approachable and encouraging. She demonstrates and teaches from a systemic perspective and truly exhibits a marriage and family therapist by employing the principles and theory that set us apart from other mental health professionals. She helped me develop professionally and I appreciated her ability to be both directive and open to my suggestions and therapeutic style. In addition, I would highly recommend Sarah’s practice as a field placement if given the opportunity. I gained a lot of experience and knowledge by observing Sarah as a therapist, doing co-therapy, and having the chance to maintain my own caseload under her supervision. Not to mention, her experience as a registered play therapist that sparked a new interest in my own practice!
MFT Intern 2016
MFT Intern 2016