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My Story

Sara Moreno is an Art Therapist, a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate(LPC-A), and a graduate of Albertus-Magnus College’s Master’s of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling. Sara majored in studio art and minored in psychology in her undergrad, where she explored various mediums of art and discovered a passion for mental health. As a therapist, Sara utilizes a holistic person-centered approach. Sara incorporates mind-body connections via art therapy to create meaning after trauma. Sara believes a therapeutic relationship is built on authenticity, compassion, and openness. 

 

Art therapy facilitates processing and expression through the creative process while creating the space to embody a greater sense of control after a traumatic experience. Art can help self-soothe, ground, and empower individuals struggling with anxiety and depression while developing healthy coping mechanisms. 

 

Sara creates a healing space for individuals and groups and works with adolescents and adults. Sara has worked with the following populations including work with the terminally ill, those experiencing anticipatory grief, veterans, first responders and their families, and those who have experienced trauma. 

 

Sara has immediate openings and offers in-person and virtual sessions during the day, afternoon, and evenings on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

Erin Snelling, LMSW
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Sara Moreno,
M.A., LPC-A

Works with: 

Families

Adults

In-person and Virtual Sessions 

during the day, afternoon, and evenings on Tuesdays.

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