BHNC TEAM MEMBER

Sarah Kerr, BSW, MSW, RSW

Sarah Kerr, BSW, MSW, RSW

Clinical Social Work & Therapist

Sarah earned her Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) from Ryerson University, and her Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) from Western University. Sarah is a Registered Social Worker and a member of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Services Workers and the Ontario Association of Social Workers.

Sarah has over fourteen years of clinical experience working in the social work field providing psychotherapy and support to children, youth, families and adults in the children’s mental health, shelter system and school board. Sarah’s focused areas of support include addressing mental wellness, supporting families at risk of breakdown, strengthening family relationships, parenting support, school support and advocacy, domestic violence, and trauma. Sarah is also interested in supporting individuals and couples who may be struggling with fertility related issues.

With a non-judgmental and empathic approach, Sarah uses evidence-based interventions in practice and tries to meet clients where they are. Sarah understands that creating a safe and trusted therapeutic relationship helps clients feel more open to share their experiences. This provides the foundation for clients to feel more empowered to reach their goals and attain mental wellness.

Sarah is available for telephone and video sessions.

BHNC TEAM MEMBER

Sarah Kerr, BSW, MSW, RSW

CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK & THERAPIST

Sarah earned her Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) from Ryerson University, and her Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) from Western University. Sarah is a Registered Social Worker and a member of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Services Workers and the Ontario Association of Social Workers.

Sarah has over fourteen years of clinical experience working in the social work field providing psychotherapy and support to children, youth, families and adults in the children’s mental health, shelter system and school board. Sarah’s focused areas of support include addressing mental wellness, supporting families at risk of breakdown, strengthening family relationships, parenting support, school support and advocacy, domestic violence, and trauma. Sarah is also interested in supporting individuals and couples who may be struggling with fertility related issues.

With a non-judgmental and empathic approach, Sarah uses evidence-based interventions in practice and tries to meet clients where they are. Sarah understands that creating a safe and trusted therapeutic relationship helps clients feel more open to share their experiences. This provides the foundation for clients to feel more empowered to reach their goals and attain mental wellness.

Sarah is available for telephone and video sessions.

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