About Sarah Rosenthal, MSW, LICSW

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Sarah’s interest in counseling started with a passion to help teens during challenging times. Although she has been in different counseling and social work roles through the years, her interest in working with teens and young adults has not wavered.  She received her Masters in Social Work degree in 1994 from Tulane School of Social Work in New Orleans, LA. Sarah has both a license in clinical social work and school counseling. 

Sarah has worked as a social worker for children and youth in foster care, a school-based counselor in elementary, middle and high schools, and has provided outpatient mental health counseling to children, youth and their parents.  She has also taught social work and psychology courses at Champlain College in Burlington, VT.  Sarah currently teaches Introduction to Psychology at Norwich University.

For over a decade, Sarah has led social skill groups that focus on perspective taking and helping children and youth feel more comfortable in social situations.  Additionally, Sarah has extensive training in developmental trauma, supporting students with executive brain functioning challenges, and mindfulness. Sarah participated in Clinical Training 1 in Social Thinking. She is also a certified EMDR therapist in both Level 1 and 2.