Sarah Yeo, MA PLPC
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I am a trauma-informed, Asian American therapist who works with teenagers and adults. My current clients come from a variety of different backgrounds, stage-of-life, culture and healing journey. I have a special heart for working with individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, boundary issues, codependency, self-esteem, and shame. I also work with survivors of narcissistic/relational/spiritual abuse; those with relational/attachment trauma through abuse and neglect; and clients who are trying to navigate struggles that comes from their family of origin.
I offer a strength-based, client-centered, relational, and emotionally focused approach to therapy. I employ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques , Emotionally Focused Therapy approaches, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy approaches when appropriate.
I focus on the client's present experience in the counseling room and endeavor to create a trusting and a safe relationship. I offer insight, clarity, and gentle challenges to my client's presenting struggles. My goal is for the client to feel heard and their struggles embraced with compassion and integrity.
I believe that every single person has the ability to make the changes that they desire and that change is achievable and available to everyone. I also believe that change requires incredible hard work. This is why I believe that therapeutic treatment is not a one time event but an ongoing process. My hope for my clients is that they will acquire the tools they need to walk this journey with growing confidence.
Research has proven that the most important factor in a successful therapeutic treatment is the relationship they have with their therapist. So I prioritize building a safe relationship with my clients and this is why I believe 'fit' is important when finding a therapist. Everyone deserves help, compassion, dignity, and a safe relationship.
Specialties & Clinical Interests
- Body Image
- Divorce & Separation
- Domestic Abuse/Violence
- Family Conflict
- Grief & Loss
- Stress/Stress Management
- Trauma & Ptsd
- Women's Issues
- Client-Centered Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Trauma-Informed Therapy
- Trauma Survivors
Faith Based Specialties