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Sara Berry, M.S.W - Coralville and Telehealth

I am a licensed social worker with over 10 years of mental health experience across a range of community, school and clinical settings. My approach is systemic and collaborative to help clients acknowledge the unique contexts which impact their lives, connect with their strengths, and learn new ways to live in wholeness. I have experience in the areas of anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma, life transitions, parenting issues, and maternal mental health. My passion is working alongside adolescents and young adults, as well as women with ADHD. I am devoted to providing compassionate care to every client I work with, whether they are struggling with a specific issue or seeking support for general mental wellness. Through a strengths-based framework and a commitment to creating safe and inclusive spaces for all, I am here to support individuals on their journey. By acknowledging each person's diverse attributes, my goal is to help clients discover their own solutions to achieve a greater sense of wellbeing. Specialties: -Neurodiverse ADHD Framework: Welcoming diversity of human brains as natural and valuable. -Acceptance Commitment: Exploration and commitment to the values, beliefs, and goals that contribute to one’s sense of self, cultivating compassion for those struggling with shame and self-criticism. -Mindfulness: Increasing awareness and intentional focus in the present moment to better manage distressing thoughts and emotions. -Dialectical Behavioral: Regulating emotions and behaviors, enhancing mood, improving relationships and engaging in effective problem solving. Niches: -Adolescent & adult mood and anxiety disorders -Adolescent & young adult life transitions and identity exploration -ADHD in women & assigned female at birth (AFAB) individuals -LGBTQ Affirming -Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Populations Served: -Adolecents 12-18 -Young Adults -Adults

Licensed Master Social Worker who works with adolescents ages 12+, young adults, and adults. Special interest areas include neurodiversity, mood and anxiety disorders, life transitions and identity exploration, and LGBTQ+ affirming therapy. 

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