Sara Wright, LPCC, PMH-C, LPCC - Kentucky Therapist at Grow Therapy

Sara Wright, LPCC, PMH-C

Sara Wright, LPCC, PMH-C


6 years of experience

During trying to conceive, pregnancy and the postpartum period, women and new moms are faced with all kinds of intense challenges. Between fluctuating hormones, adjustments to motherhood, and the risk of postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, there could be a number of issues that women face during the perinatal journey. I am committed to working with women and providing them support as they navigate these uncharted waters of motherhood. Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders affect 1 in 5 to 7 moms. You are not alone. With support and help, you can be healthy and enjoy a rich and meaningful life. I am certified through Postpartum Support International in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. This training offered me insight to using interpersonal and CBT therapeutic techniques to work with clients who are struggling with adjustments to parenthood, as well as serious mental health issues that can arise during pregnancy or the postpartum period. If you are concerned that your anxiety in pregnancy is not just nerves, or you’re worried that your struggles are greater than the baby blues, reach out today for specialized care. You are not alone, and with help, you can be well.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

Following your intake, where I’ll get your history, we’ll work together to develop a plan for your course of treatment. From there, your therapy sessions are tailored to your needs. I use evidence-based practices and techniques to help clients reach their personal goals.

What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?

My foundation is based in CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). I strive to help my clients develop and implement appropriate and effective coping skills for themselves. It’s also important to me that the client feel like they have a say in their treatment, and that they’re supported through the journey.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

I believe that the therapeutic relationship is the foundation of successful treatment. After my own pregnancy losses, I struggled with grief, and I experienced Postpartum OCD following the birth of my child. This led me to research mental health in pregnancy and postpartum support for moms. After getting connected with Postpartum Support International, I have increased my perinatal and postpartum treatment training and education. This niche is something I’m very connected to and passionate about.

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