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Sarah Snow

BSW, University of Cincinnati // MSW, University of Cincinnati

Sarah Snow is an Associate Clinician at Cincinnati Anxiety Center in Cincinnati. Sarah

graduated in 2016 from The University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor's Degree in Social

Work and received her Master's in Social Work with a specialization in Child & Family Practice from the University of Cincinnati in 2017. She completed multiple field placements supporting children in foster care and underprivileged communities as well as supporting children & families through school-based needs in the Cincinnati area.

Sarah has experience in treating children, adolescents, young adults, and their families. She brings a wide range of professional experience working with children in public school, clinical settings & international communities. While practicing in school-based settings, Sarah has completed multidisciplinary diagnostic evaluations of children with a wide range of mental health disorders as well as working with clients on the Autism spectrum. She has become proficient in integrating evidenced-based psychotherapies based on each individual patient's unique needs, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Sarah has also utilized the Teaching Family Model (TFM) while practicing as a therapist in adolescent group settings. While volunteering & mentoring abroad, Sarah has worked in many communities with children & their families. She has traveled to many countries in Southern Africa where she immersed herself in the culture teaching, supporting, learning & growing with families & their children. Sarah also spent time in Central American where she lived with a Nicaraguan family & worked in a community teaching mental health awareness to children.

Sarah’s goal is to collaborate with all areas of the client’s team in order to maintain best practice, create perspective & ensure the best outcome for the client’s well-being. Sarah’s main therapeutic approach focuses on creating the greatest possible life for her clients and their families while centering on gratitude, positivity, growth and empowerment.

My passion

“I became very passionate about mental health in my young adult life after dealing with very intense anxiety as a child and adolescent.  I realized first-hand the frustrations, struggles and challenges anxiety created for myself and as I began my studies in college, I knew I wanted to support other children and students with the same challenges. My biggest dream is to help others understand their own personal barriers/trauma and learn strategies to move toward a more positive, fulfilling life.

I also have a very big passion for people, communities and international travel. This love has taken me to 16 countries where many of them I have volunteered with children and families. This outlook has given me a more authentic view of living, the rawness of struggle and an even bigger fondness for the way families cope, grow, live and love.”

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