Call or text met directly at (512) 813-1337
Session fee: $150
Sliding scale available based on need
I provide virtual therapy to children (10+), teens, and young adults
Sarah Camburn, LMSW
Supervised by Arlene Montgomery, LCSW-S, PhD
My Areas of focus:
-Strengths based approach
-Parent Child Relationships
-Disordered Eating/Eating Disorders
-Foster/Adoptive children and families
-Inclusive of all identities, LGBTQIA+ ally
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Parent Child Care (PC-Care)
Phase Based Treatment for Problematic Sexual Behaviors (PBT for PSB)
Hi there and welcome! I’m so happy you’ve found my page. My name is Sarah and I am a part time therapist at Austin Counseling and Nutrition. I especially enjoy working with adolescents ages 10-17 as well as young adults. My specialty is working with individuals who have experienced sexual abuse or are/have been involved in the foster care system.
When working with clients, I approach each interaction from a strengths-based, solution focused mindset while exploring the parts that make up the whole person. My goal is for every client who comes into my office to feel seen, heard, and comfortable. I value going at your own pace in therapy as I understand how hard it can be to open up about past traumas to yet another new person. I believe every individual is capable of integrating their past into who they are today and it is by examining where we come from that we become the most authentic versions of ourselves. '
My clinical focus has been centered around supporting individuals with trauma/PTSD, sexual abuse, foster/adoptive children and families, as well as disordered eating. I work from a family systems approach that values the individual within the family and draw from different techniques such as Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), EMDR, Parent Child-Care (PC-Care), Phase Based Treatment for Problematic Sexual Behaviors (PBT for PSB), Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Art Therapy.
I have experience working as an adoption caseworker for Child Protective Services and believe it has given me a unique skillset to support young people and families navigating this difficult system. I have also worked in a Children’s Advocacy Center providing therapeutic care for adolescents and children who have experienced or witnessed sexual and physical abuse, domestic violence, and violent crimes.
I am currently seeing individuals on evenings and weekends. If you feel that I may be a good fit to support you or your child, please reach out to me at (512) 813-1337 and I would be happy to set up a free 15-minute consultation call to see if we would be a good fit.
If you or your child are struggling with your relationship with food, your body, or wanting healing from difficulties from your past, feel free to reach out and connect with us. We provide eating disorder counseling and trauma counseling in person in Austin, Texas and virtually across Texas.