Sarah Kincheloe, LCSW-S holds a master’s degree from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and board-approved clinical supervisor in Texas with over a decade of experience in Austin, Chicago & NYC.
Sarah has experience counseling adults dealing with depression, anxiety, family problems, parenting and relationship challenges, caregiver stress, grief and loss, and many other issues.
Sarah also worked for years in crisis and inpatient settings, and is skilled in diagnosis and treatment of mood and thought disorders, personality disorders, PTSD, and substance use.
Additionally, Sarah is a board-approved clinical supervisor in the state of Texas and has been providing group and individual LMSW supervision since 2014.
As a social worker, Sarah is passionate about social justice and has worked on reforms related to mental health and the criminal justice system, homelessness, and mental health access. She is a proponent of anti-racism and is an ally for LGBTQIA individuals and communities.
In her free time, Sarah likes to read, garden and bike with her kids. Sarah is a serial hobbyist and former darkroom photographer, marathon runner and triathlete, beekeeper, bread baker, urban homesteader, and knitter, among others.