Desert Road

Hi, I'm Sarrah

Sarrah Garvin is a licensed professional clinical counselor and registered clinical supervisor, with experience and training in working with a variety of issues.

She obtained her Bachelor of Arts from University of Cincinnati and her Master's from Xavier University.

Sarrah has worked for Women Helping Women and the Cincinnati Police Personal Crimes Unit as an advocate for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.

Before starting her own practice, Sarrah worked with Talbert House, serving children and families within inner-city schools.

As a clinical supervisor, Sarrah prepares her supervisee's for success, utilizing her expertise to help equip them to provide superior care.

Sarrah has experience working with several issues, such as anxiety and depression, grief and loss, marital and family issues, anger management, adjustment disorders, post traumatic stress disorders, sexual assault, domestic violence, LGBTQ issues, reactive attachment disorders, oppositional defiant and conduct disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, eating disorders, sensory issues, drug and alcohol issues, and acculturation issues.

Alexandra

Alexandra Daniels is a graduate student in Northern Kentucky University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, entering into her first semester of practicum. She seeks to utilize a person-centered approach to therapy, implementing the fundamental tenets of counseling: empathy, compassion, and understanding. Alexandra is especially interested in working with the LGBTQIA community, but welcomes clients from all walks of life.

Taylor

Taylor Mabbet is a graduate student in Northern Kentucky University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, entering into her first semester of practicum. Taylor seeks to utilize a person-centered approach to therapy, implementing the fundamental tenets of counseling: empathy, compassion, and understanding. Taylor has a passion for the creative arts, and for those interested, is looking forward to incorporating them in session.