Sarah comes to us with an extensive background in working in the great outdoors as a camp counselor, guide, and experiential learning facilitator. Her professional experience has taken her all over the United States and to five different continents, where she has worked with families, couples, and individuals of diverse ages and nationalities. Here at Battlefield Sarah combines her background in facilitating creative and adventurous experiences with her desire to come alongside individuals and families in helping them recognize their unique worth and specific gifts, in order that they may walk in the freedom and truth of who God created them to be.
Sarah received her Bachelor of Arts from Berry College in 2005, and her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University in 2018. She enjoys working with young people and with families, both in the office setting, as well as outside of the office (perhaps on a cliff face, along a trail, or paddling down a river).
When Sarah is not at Battlefield, she might be found playing outside, enjoying a warm cup of tea, or spending time friends and family.