Sara EdibTherapist, LGPC
About Sara Edib
Training and Education
Sara Edib is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor who graduated from Hood College with her Masters in Counseling. She received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology, with a minor in Sociology, from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Prior to their license, Sara gained experience working with neurodivergent children, adolescents, and adults providing education and support to clients and families. They are experienced in working with the LGBTQIA+ community, providing gender affirming care and support. They also have experience working with families and advocating for reunification for children as a Court Appointed Special Advocate. Sara is passionate about continuing to support and advocate the needs of neurodivergent individuals of all ages.
Supervisor: Veronica (Vero) Cloonan, Ph.D., LPC/S, RPT-S
Sara uses a person-centered therapy approach that introduces the clients as the experts of their lives. They believe that the pace is set by the client, and the counselor will follow. Sara utilizes play therapy both digitally and in person to provide as much personalization in the playroom as possible. They work with clients to promote self-advocacy and self-autonomy while working on self-acceptance. Sara likes to get creative with clients, supporting each of their individual needs.