Education and Experience
Sarah holds Masters Degrees in Fine Art [University of Indiana] and Archetypal Psychology [Lesley University]. She trained in analytic psychology at the C.G. Jung Institute of New York [diplomate 2013], and is a licensed psychoanalyst in NY. Sarah has also completed post-graduate trainings in group dream work with Robbie Bosnak, PhD, alchemical psychology with James Hillman, and Process Work with Arnie Mindell, Phd.
Host of Panel Discussion: “Edvard Munch- Trembling Earth”, Brooklyn Rail New Social Environment Series #875, with Jay Clarke, Peter Acheson & David Carrier. [watch video]
Keynote address for Metamorfos Institute Annual Conference, “Some Reflections on Shadow”, Stone Ridge, NY. [watch video]
Public [virtual] presentation for WMAAPP [Western MA and Albany Association of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy], “Heroes and Antiheroes: Ancient Antecedents and Modern Manifestations”.
“Shaker Communal Life: Did the Lifestyle Support Mental Health?”, panel discussion [virtual], including individual presentation, Shaker Museum, Old Chatham, NY.
“Images of the Other in Visual Art”, XXI International Congress for Analytical Psychology, Vienna, Austria.
“The Female Hero”, lecture and 1-day workshop at the Triangle Jung Society, Raleigh Durham, NC.
“Language + Image: When Illustration Becomes Illumination”, Pacifica Institute, “Image and Psyche” Conference, University of California at Santa Barbara.
Sarah is an adjunct faculty member and supervisor at the C.G. Jung Institute of New York, and is vice president of the New York Association of Analytic Psychology.
Sarah has worked as an art therapist at Canyon Ranch in Lenox MA, and was on the counseling staff at Simon’s Rock of Bard College, in Great Barrington, MA. She is certified in EMDR.