Sarah Litt, M.A., LPC, NCC

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Therapeutic Style: My approach to the therapeutic process is inquisitive, supportive and collaborative. I strive to create a space that seeks to understand and build upon each student’s unique cultural identity. Because my training is grounded in psychodynamics, I place great emphasis on helping individuals connect current behaviors, thoughts and emotions to earlier life experiences. Through these connections, my students gain insight and enhanced tools to move about their daily lives in a heathier, more effective manner.

Professional Interests: Prior to Syracuse, I worked as a staff clinician at The George Washington University as well as in private practice. I specialize in life transitions/adjustment concerns, culture/identity development and navigation of interpersonal relationships. I particularly enjoy working with individuals who are new to therapy, helping acclimate them to the therapeutic process.

Group and Liaison Roles: In the past, I have facilitated psychoeducation groups on anxiety as well as support groups for Asian adoptees.

Educational Background: I hold a bachelor’s degree in political science from The College of Wooster and a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from The George Washington University. I am currently a first-year doctoral student in counseling and counselor education at Syracuse University.

DEIA Trainings: Gender Identity, Racial/Ethnic Identity, Sexual Identity and Socioeconomic Status.

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers