Dr. Sarah Williams, NCC, LPC, EAS-C TV/Media Host Psychotherapist/Clinical Trauma Consultant

Dr. Sarah Williams, NCC, LPC, EAS-C TV/Media Host Psychotherapist/Clinical Trauma Consultant

Dr. Sarah Williams, NCC, LPC, EAS-C TV/Media Host Psychotherapist/Clinical Trauma Consultant

Dr. Sarah is an advocate for Mental Health Awareness and works as a clinician that specializes in the care of women of color that have shared experiences. From her experiences as a Special Needs Parent, Dr. Sarah works with other parents that have a child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Dr. Sarah Williams is the owner of Covenant Way Clinical Counseling and host of her own television show. She has also been featured in A&E’s television show “Intervention” as a Clinical Consultant.

Dr. Sarah Williams holds a Ph.D. in Education from Capella University, a Master of Science in Counseling from Liberty University, and Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Florida A&M University.

Dr. Sarah is Licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Health Professions as a Professional Counselor. She is also Board Certified as a National Certified Counselor with National Board of Certified Counselors.

In addition, Dr. Sarah has earned Employee Assistance Clinical designation with Employee Assistance Professionals Association. Further, Dr. Sarah has completed specialized training and certifications in Grief, Stress, and Trauma.

Dr. Sarah has also completed and published Doctoral Dissertation "Understanding the experiences of women, graduate student stress and lack of marital social support a mixed method inquiry".

In addition to her weekly TV Show, Dr. Sarah is currently a contributing author to “Generational Survivors” which is an anthology that highlights the impact of trauma and journey of survivors. The book is scheduled to be released in 2019.

Dr. Sarah is a Widow, Mother of twins, and a survivor of Post-partum Depression and Trauma. Dr. Sarah is an advocate for Mental Health Awareness and works as a clinician that specializes in the care of women of color that have shared experiences. From her experiences as a Special Needs Parent, Dr. Sarah works with other parents that have a child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Community Involvement

Dr. Sarah is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Jack and Jill Club of America-Chesapeake Chapter, and Tidewater Chapter of EAP Professionals. Dr. Sarah is Board Member for several local charities and not-for-profit agencies, as well as an ongoing advocate for individuals with disabilities.

 
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