Sarah Frank is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and board-certified art therapist. She obtained a Master of Arts degree in Psychology from Phillips Graduate University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art from Humboldt State University. Sarah is trained in Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy, Art Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Group Psychotherapy, and Addiction Counseling.
Sarah also works in private practice at Recovery Help Now, a group practice specializing in addiction and recovery. She is an adjunct professor at Phillips Graduate University, teaching Group Art Therapy and Case Conference for the Art Therapy Master’s program. She has presented workshops on group art therapy (2017) and 12-Step treatment approaches to group psychotherapy (2016) at the American Group Psychotherapy Association’s annual conference in New York City. Sarah has been a co-chair of the Addiction and Recovery Special Interest Group of AGPA since 2010 and she facilitates international online 12-Step meetings for clinicians in recovery.
Sarah has been working in the field of addiction and recovery since 2008, providing chemical dependency counseling, individual, family, and group psychotherapy, facilitating technical and therapeutic art classes, and raising awareness around addiction through the lens of social justice. Sarah values the unique needs and goals of her clients, helping them to increase self-awareness and actualize desired changes in their lives through creative expression.