Sarah J. Horne is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist, and a Clinical Supervisor Intern. Sarah completed her undergraduate work at Western Carolina University and received her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Sarah is currently a social work doctoral student at Walden University.
Sarah provides professional mental health and substance use disorder psychotherapy services for adolescents, children, and adults in the individual, family, and group setting. Sarah has several years of experience serving in various clinical roles in community mental health and outpatient counseling. Additionally, Sarah provides clinical supervision for individuals seeking Clinical Social Work licensure and those seeking supervision for provision of substance abuse services.
Sarah’s work is founded upon a holistic approach and person centered, Rogerian principles. Sarah practices from a strengths based perspective and has experience treating mental health and substance use disorders across the continuum of care. Incorporated into her Rogerian framework are Cognitive Behavioral Theoretical components, behavioral interventions, solution focused counseling, and the cognitive therapy intervention Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Sarah has experience providing therapeutic interventions for children, adolescents and adults and utilizes evidence based practices best suited for a client’s specific needs.