Sara Stevens, MA, LMFT
As a clinician for 20+ years, I’ve come to understand and appreciate the uniqueness of individuals and families. I don’t claim to have all the answers, but I’m good at finding answers in a collaborative relationship with others.
I’ve treated individuals and families from many different backgrounds and varied experiences and my theoretical approach is based in family systems. I have clinical experience with multi-generational trauma, depression, anxiety, substance abuse/co-occuring disorders, etc.
I’m Navajo/Dine. I was born/raised on the Navajo reservation in New Mexico and my clinical experiences come from my time both on and off the reservation.
I’m aware that we’re all connected and when one of us heals, it benefits us all.
Areas of specific expertise include Anxiety, Women’s issues, Multicultural issues, Relationships, Self-Esteem / empowerment, ADHD, Career Stress, Codependency, Coping Skills, Depression, Family conflict, Grief/Loss, Infidelity, Life transitions, LGBTQ+ Affirming / sexual identity, Mid-life issues, Moms and caregivers, Mood disorders, Multi-cultural issues, Panic & Phobias, Parent Child Relationship, PTSD, Relationships, Sex Therapy, Stress Management, Substance Issues, Transgender affirming, Trauma
M.A. – Marriage and Family Therapy, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA
B.S. – Family Science, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT