Life has a tendency to throw curve balls our way when we least expect it, and those times can be difficult to overcome. Sarah Craycraft believes that everyone has the strength and courage to make their lives better, and she strives to provide a warm, supportive, safe environment for that change to take place. Sarah has a passion for helping people through the difficult times that life brings, and she strongly believes that counseling can be a wonderfully effective tool for helping people to reach their potential for a successful life. Whether you are going through a transition in life, struggling in your relationship, grieving a loss, or just needing a compassionate ear, Sarah would be happy to talk with you.
At Foundations Counseling, Sarah Craycraft works with a variety of clients who seek services, including:
- Health and Wellness — abuse, addictions, anxiety, boundaries, depression, eating disorders, gender identity, life transitions, self-care, self-esteem, sexual identity, stress, trauma
- Life Transitions — career counseling, grief and loss, life coaching, life stages, spiritual counseling, terminal illness
- Children and Teenagers — abuse, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, effects of divorce, eating disorders, loss of a parent or loved one, play therapy, school issues, self-esteem, trauma
- Relationships and Families — alternative relationships, communication, couples counseling, divorce recovery, family counseling, parental counseling, pre-marital counseling, sexual issues, trauma recovery
Sarah Craycraft is a National Certified Counselor. She has a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary, and a Bachelor of Science in Multidisciplinary Studies from the University of Oklahoma. Sarah utilizes techniques from existential psychology, cognitive-behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, and narrative therapy.
Sarah Craycraft has been involved in helping and supporting people for the past 9 years, when she began mentoring high-school and college aged students. That interest led her to seek an advanced degree in psychological counseling. Sarah has extensive experience with women working to overcome individual trauma and abuse, including breaking the cycle of domestic violence. She has provided play therapy for children of all ages in a variety of circumstances, including those coping with trauma from physical, sexual, and verbal abuse. Sarah also has experience with adolescents and families struggling with family relationships, parenting, and boundaries.