Sarah Crawford, LCSW
Sarah Crawford is an energetic Licensed Clinical Social Worker who earned a BA in Psychology at Georgia College and State University and completed her Masters of Social Work at UGA.
Her practice experience includes, but is not limited to, individual psychotherapy, couples and family therapy, post-traumatic stress disorder, ADHD, OCD, depression, stress, panic attacks, and grief issues. Depending on the individual client's needs, Sarah is capable of employing multiple methods of treatment, such as solution-focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, behavior modification, DBT techniques, relaxation skills, and education in family dynamics. Sarah also enjoys working with those who are dealing with chronic pain and the emotional toll that it inflicts, as well as women struggling with postpartum issues & depression. Sarah joined ABM after working with Pathways Transition Programs here in Georgia for over 11 years. She has extensive experience in working with children and adolescents who have dealt with severe trauma and has provided family crisis intervention. While at Pathways, she worked on their Intensive Family Intervention (IFI) program and progressed to managing the program for the entire agency.
Sarah grew up in south Georgia, and she feels strongly that family is very important in anyone's life. Sarah currently lives in Monroe, GA with her husband and two children. She and her family regularly attend Athens Church, and Sarah enjoys baking (when she has the time with two young children around), gardening, and is an avid UGA football fan. She loves the beach and looks forward to any time she can get away there. Sarah has a calm, endearing demeanor and likes to mix things up with humor when appropriate.