Sarah Fisk, LMSW
Sarah Fisk is a fully licensed clinical social worker in the state of Michigan. She received her Master’s degree from the University of Michigan School of Social Work in 2013. Sarah has extensive experience working with children and families as a former preschool teacher, in-home therapist for children with Autism, elementary school social worker, and clinical therapist.
Sarah is passionate about working with neurodiverse children and their families (as well as children struggling with anxiety and depression) through affirming therapeutic techniques. Since every child and family is different, Sarah utilizes a variety of strengths-based, person-centered treatment approaches including eclectic therapy, solution-focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), evidenced based social-emotional curriculums, books, art, writing, games, play, humor, and any other form of expression that helps a child to communicate. Sarah believes it is her job as a therapist to help families identify the root of problems and collaboratively generate positive solutions. She approaches this job humbly and respectfully, subscribing to the belief that a family is the expert on their family, and a child is the expert on themself.