Sarah has been in private practice in the Berkshires since 1990. She has recently opened new offices in Hillsdale NY and Great Barrington MA. In addition to working as a Jungian and Archetypal psychotherapist and psychoanalyst, she is a visual artist as well as a writer. In Oct. 2014, Sarah presented a paper entitled "When Beauty Walks a Razor's Edge: How Our Sense of Beauty Grows and Changes" at the Dallas Inst. of Humanities and Culture's "City & Soul” Conference; the paper was published by Dallas Institute Publications in 2015. She also led a lecture/discussion on "The Female Hero in Contemporary Cinema" at Simon's Rock of Bard College in Nov. 2014. In March 2015, Sarah presented a lecture at Smith College to the Western MA Jung Society entitled "Regarding Images: How Visual Art Can Help Us Understand Our Dreams”. In Oct. 2015, Sarah returned to the Dallas Institute for a conference on the Puer, in honor of James Hillman; her paper "Puer Women and Female Heroes” was presented there, and subsequently published by the Dallas Inst. Publications in 2016. In 2016, Sarah spoke on “The Female Hero in Contemporary Cinema" in Northampton MA, and presented a paper, “Placing Jung’s Paintings in An Art Historical Context”, at the New York Assoc. for Analytical Psychology’s conference on Jung’s Red Book paintings. In May 2017, Sarah will lecture on "Age and Beauty” to the Western MA Jung Society, in Northampton MA.
Sarah holds Masters Degrees in Fine Art [Univ. of Indiana] and Archetypal Psychology [Lesley University]. She trained in analytic psychology at the C.G. Inst. of New York, becoming a diplomate in 2013 . She is a licensed psychoanalyst in NY and VT. Sarah has also completed post-graduate trainings in group dream work with Robbie Bosnak, PhD, alchemical psychology with James Hillman, and Process Work with Arnie Mindell, Phd. She has worked as an art therapist at Canyon Ranch in Lenox MA, and a clinician at the Eagleton School in Great Barrington MA. She is certified in EMDR.