Sarah Phelps, LMHC
Accepting New Patients
- St. Luke's Hospital
- Gender: Female
Why did you become a provider? I became a provider to assist individuals along their healing journey. Trauma and grief affect everyone in different ways, and I am honored to be able to provide support throughout an individual's healing process. I want to help individuals heal, find their power, and thrive. I want to help others find happiness, hope and joy.
What qualities best describe the care you provide to your patients? It's very important to me to meet individuals where they are at in the moment. Empathy, belief, support, caring, knowledge and kindness are keys to emotional safety and healing. It is critical that patients feel safe, heard and empowered.
Being a mental healthcare provider, what drives/motivates you each day? Seeing all of the positive changes and steps patients make motivates me each day. I care about my patients' well-being and their successes bring me great joy!
What is the most important message you would like to share with your patients? You are NOT alone. People are here and they care about you! You are important and life CAN get better!
What would you like your patients to know about you? I believe you, and I will do my very best to help in whatever ways I can. I'm honored to be a part of your healing journey.
Are there any fun facts that you would like the community to know about you? I love to spend time with my husband and two boys. We enjoy going to the swimming pool, Monster Truck shows and watching movies. Every year in June, we go to northern Wisconsin to fish for a week. Reading, traveling (never been outside the U.S.) and musicals/plays are all interests of mine. We also have a pet snake, Ash (short for Ashley), and an aquarium of fish.
Personal Interests: Spending time with my family, spending time with friends, reading, movies, fishing, painting, arts and crafts, learning new things
Clinical Interests: EMDR, Sand Tray and Play Therapy, Art and Music Therapy, Developmental Psychology, Traumatic Brain Injury, ADHD, PCIT