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Sarah McCourt,
Therapist, LCMHCA

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Sarah McCourt is a licensed clinical mental health counselor associate and is excited about all things mental health and mindfulness. Sarah obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Child Development from Appalachian State University. Sarah then continued at Appalachian State University to receive her Master’s as well in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a concentration in body-centered therapies. 


Before working at Mind and Body Therapeutic Connections, Sarah worked in community mental health serving individuals from ages ten to seventy living with grief, anxiety, depression, substance use, personality disorders, and anger/emotional regulation in both individual and group settings. After that, Sarah worked with school aged children in outpatient and day treatment settings. In this role, Sarah served young people who experienced anxiety, oppositional defiant disorder, depression, and relational stress.  


Sarah is passionate about helping people reconnect with their feelings and their physical bodies while guiding them toward the most content version of themselves. Sarah experienced her own journey of reconnecting to herself via personal therapy, somatic movement, and spending time in nature. Sarah primarily uses a person-centered lens and a combination of cognitive therapies and mindfulness-based approaches to guide clients towards their wellness goals. She works with individuals to treat anxiety disorders, depression, anger management, emotional regulation, oppositional defiant disorder, self-esteem concerns, and more. 


In her free time, Sarah enjoys reading, embroidering, yoga classes, and spending time with her dogs. Sarah also likes spending quality time with friends, trying new restaurants, and tending to her many houseplants!

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