You may be seeking therapy to ease the pain of depression, anxiety, trauma or loss; or because you are struggling with relationship and other interpersonal issues. Maybe something just does not “feel right,” preventing you from moving forward. Perhaps, you are challenged by existential questions and wish to explore your identity or find greater meaning in your life. What is causing you pain or holding you back may be a known challenge or problem, or an unexamined part of yourself that causes you to feel stuck. Whatever brings you here, you already possess the courage to seek help and the hope that your life can be better.
I use an integrated approach, grounded in psychodynamic, insight-oriented therapy, drawing from other models when they may be helpful. Increasingly, I work with clients to overcome the loneliness of not having full access to emotions which, when identified and explored together, can be transformative.
I believe a trusting therapeutic relationship is a powerful catalyst for healing and growth. I am a deep, empathic listener. Clients tell me they feel “heard” and “understood,” and appreciate my warmth and sense of humor. It is a privilege to accompany you on a journey of self-discovery and curiosity, replacing self-limiting narratives with possibility.
Call or Email Sarah D. Compton for a free 15 minute consultation now - (978) 451-4972
- Session Fee: $165 per session
- Sliding Scale: Yes
Pay By: American Express, Cash, Check, Discover, Mastercard, Visa
Accepted Insurance Plans
- BlueCross and BlueShield
- Out of Network
I accept BCBS and Tufts; I can provide statements to submit to your insurer for out-of-network coverage.
Email me or call (978) 451-4972 with questions.
- License: Massachusetts / 121824
- School: Boston College School of Social Work
- Life Transitions
- Anger Management
- Bipolar Disorder
- Career Counseling
- Family Conflict
- Peer Relationships
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Suicidal Ideation
- Trauma and PTSD
- Elders (65+)
Types of Therapy
- Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)
- Emotionally Focused
- Positive Psychology
- Trauma Focused
Last Modified: 19 Aug 2022
Sarah D. Compton