Sarah Broughton MS, LCMHC, LCAS
Sarah received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UNC-Asheville. After completing her undergraduate degree, Sarah began working in direct care at a therapeutic farming program where she developed an interest in horticultural therapy and decided to pursue a career in counseling. She earned her Master’s Degree from Western Carolina University.
Sarah has a range of clinical experience, including work in community mental health, therapeutic boarding school, and wilderness-based treatment settings. Throughout her counseling career, she has worked with teens and young adults struggling with a variety of challenges, including anxiety, depression, addiction recovery, learning differences, grief and loss, and attachment-related issues. Sarah is trained in Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. Sarah is passionate about experiential learning and nature-based therapies, and her approach to the therapeutic process is grounded in relational attunement and trauma-focused treatment interventions.
In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, hiking, and mountain biking with her dog Luna.