Date: Wednesday, September 22
Time: 12:00-PM-1:00PM (EST)
Presenter: Sarah Brandenburger, LCSW
Topic: Prevention of Suicide and Homicide
Sarah Brandenburger, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, earned her Master’s degree from Northern Kentucky University with a focus in trauma informed care. Sarah has experience and training providing evidenced based treatment for individuals and families regarding depression, anxiety, interpersonal violence, child abuse and neglect and substance use disorder.Sarah exhibits tremendous passion in her work and is dedicated to partnering with people to help them improve the quality of their lives through building relationships, providing education, counseling and promoting self-advocacy. It is her goal to normalize discussion and access to mental health care in the United States of America. Sarah takes a collaborative approach to therapy by building on patients’ strengths to raise their awareness of ineffective behaviors and distorted thinking patterns. As a specialized trauma clinician, Sarah has education and experience in treating both children and adult populations using a variety of strengths based, person centered therapies including: Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.Sarah has been trained as a Nurturing Parenting programs facilitator and a Stewards of Children facilitator. Currently Sarah is employed by St. Elizabeth Physicians providing services to patients of the primary care office.
Sarah resides in Northern Kentucky and enjoys spending time with her children, a good podcast and a great cup of coffee.