Sara W. Sutphin, MEd, is a licensed psychological practitioner and therapist. In 1994, she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Mary Baldwin College located in Staunton, Virginia. She received her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, in 2006. Since that time she has worked as a clinician in sex offender treatment at the Kentucky State Reformatory in LaGrange, Kentucky. Most recently, she has worked with adults with traumatic brain injuries.

Sara specializes in treating adults of all ages with issues that include mood disorders, psychosis, anxiety, history of sexual or other trauma, PTSD, OCD, personality disorders, anger management issues, relationship issues, bereavement, and self-sabotaging behaviors. She uses a cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy. She also conducts assessments for college students, sex offenders, and individuals with traumantic brain injuries.

Sara lives in Louisville with her husband and two boys.