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Education and Training
Dr. Sara Morrow is a native of north Idaho. She obtained her bachelors degree in psychology from the University of Idaho in 1999, graduating summa cum laude (with highest honors).

In 2000, Dr. Morrow began her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of Vermont. She received a broad range of clinical training, including working on a multi-disciplinary team assessing and providing services to children with neuro-developmental disabilities (e.g. Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, etc.). Dr. Morrow primarily focused her training from a cognitive-behavioral theoretical orientation, but also has experience integrating theories from family systems, interpersonal, psychodymanic, narrative, existential, positive psychology, and developmental philosophies.

Dr. Morrow completed her pre-doctoral internship at Spokane Mental Health in 2004. She went on to complete a year of post-doctoral training in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, working as on outpatient therapist and conducting psychological testing with children/teens receiving inpatient care at the local hospital.

Dr. Morrow received her license in psychology from the State of Idaho in September 2005 (license number PSY-202225).

In 2006 Dr. Morrow began her private practice and has been enjoying working as an outpatient clinician ever since.

Dr. Morrow’s Curriculum Vitae

Teaching
Dr. Morrow enjoys spending time on community outreach projects, offering educational seminars to therapists, school counselors, and families. Dr. Morrow has conducted trainings in such areas as teenage self-injury (i.e. cutting), managing teenage behavior, understanding and working with children on the Autism spectrum, youth suicide, and more recently has been speaking on working with the body, breath, and mind to find emotional balance and heal the nervous system.

Personal
In her free time, Dr. Morrow enjoys raising her two young sons, practicing and teaching yoga, and gardening.