Sharon Saul, LCSW
Sharon graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Boise State University and completed her Master’s Degree in Social Work at Northwest Nazarene University in 2007. Sharon has been in the social service field for her entire adult life with a focus in mental health and developmental disabilities. She has ten years of experience providing counseling services and has worked with a diverse field of clientele over the years. Although she has worked with people with various issues through the years; trauma, grief, estrangement, anxiety, and mood-related issues are her primary interests.
A FEW WORDS FROM SHARON:
It takes courage to reach out for help and I admire those who seek professional help because life can be hard sometimes and you don’t have to face your challenges alone. I seek to provide a welcoming, non-judgmental, and individualized approach to each person. In my practice, I have been fortunate to work with a variety of individuals of all ages with a wide range of mental health concerns. I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and much of my experience in recent years has been focused on trauma, anxiety, and grief in older adolescents and adults of all ages. I am also passionate about working with people who are going through estrangement issues with family members because relationships can be complicated and there are too many people suffering in silence.
I enjoy working with people and view the therapeutic interactions with my clients as unique and client driven. I focus on your goals, bringing my knowledge and experience forward in ways that can help you learn and grow and have the life you want and deserve.
I am an adventurer and love spending time outdoors, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. I can also be just as content at home just chilling with my dog and I love spending time in my hammock swing in the backyard. I strive for balance in my life so that I can bring my best self to the therapeutic relationship.
"The journey to healing begins with the first step."