Sarah Robb, MSW, LISW-S, LICDC

Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations. Life poses many challenges. Learning to face, cope with, and resolve these challenges, when we are ready, can increase our resilience and our ability to relate well with others.  We are all unique. Our individual life experiences shape who we are.  Sarah is a firm believer that with willingness, hard work and the development and practice of new skills, anyone can improve their quality of life and increase their happiness.

Sarah Robb is an LISW-S (Licensed Independent Social Worker Supervisor) and an LICDC (Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor). While being considerate of trauma informed care practices, Sarah offers patient guidance and utilizes a person-centered approach to therapy. She employs cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) strategies, motivational interviewing techniques and family systems theory to assist individuals in obtaining their very best quality of life.

Sarah has experience supporting individuals and groups. She has worked as a mental health case manager, director of residential group homes for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, and as a manager of two residential treatment facilities providing intensive treatment for addiction. Sarah has counseled adults with dual diagnosis seeking help for addiction and mental health treatment.



Addiction/Recovery and Co-Occurring Disorders (Addiction and Mental Health, SAMI; substance abuse mental illness)

SPMI (Severe and Persistent Mental Illness)

Anxiety, Depression, Trauma & Self-Esteem building

Phase-of-Life Changes (such as Grief or Loss)



Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work, Bowling Green State University

Master of Science degree in Social Work, The University of Akron (MSW)

LISW-S (Licensed Independent Social Worker, Supervisor)

LICDC (Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor)

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