Sarah Young is an experienced Registered Social Worker and Psychotherapist. She has held roles as Clinic Manager and Counsellor at Columbia International College, and as a Counsellor and Practicum Field Instructor at Wilfrid Laurier University. Sarah was also a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT) at Toronto Western Hospital. She has provided psychotherapy to adults and teens through the University of Waterloo and K-W Counselling Services. Sarah has a strong research background, having conducted research at the University of Waterloo in areas related to clinical depression, relationships, and making health-related lifestyle choices, and the psychological research branch of Defense Research and Development Canada in areas related to sleep and sleep loss, mood, substance use, moral and ethical decision making, and managing stressful situations. She completed her BA in Honours Psychology at the University of Waterloo, her MSW in Individuals, Families and Groups from Wilfrid Laurier University, as well as completing a certificate program in Managing Social Service Agencies. At Think Waterloo Psychology, Sarah provides individual psychotherapy to adults and adolescents to treat a variety of concerns. Some of these include depression, generalized anxiety, panic disorders, social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorders, stress, family and relationship issues, sexual assault, grief, managing high school, university and college concerns. She enjoys working collaboratively with individuals to make sense of their experiences, thoughts, and feelings and develop action plans to meet their personal goals.
Sarah can be reached directly at Sarah@ThinkWaterloo.com