Sarah is a current graduate student in the clinical psychology Ph.D. program at
Vanderbilt University. She also received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and
Neuroscience from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Sarah’s research focuses on strategies for improving exposure interventions for anxiety-related disorders. At the NOATC, Sarah conducts phone screenings and coordinates the intake sessions. She is trained in evidence-based treatments including exposure and response prevention (ERP) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and has experience working with individuals with OCD, specific phobias, eating disorders, panic, and PTSD. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys running, traveling, and spending time with her 1-year-old lab/shepherd mix named Winnie.