Sarah Cothron B.S.
- Family Life Coach
- Licensed Pastoral Counselor
- Behavioral Health Coach
- Trust-Based Relational Intervention and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Sarah holds a Bachelor of Christian ministry and a minor in children’s ministry, missions, and counseling from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Immersed in children’s ministry, Sarah has supported families who have children from various traumatic backgrounds, including multiple international mission trips. Spending 4 months in Indonesia, she has worked with toddlers who suffered from extreme neglect and had various mental health struggles. Surprisingly, infants and toddlers can also experience intense and complex emotional stress.
Sarah has 8 years of children's mental health experience. As a registered behavioral technician (RBT), Sarah's work experience includes families of autistic children with eating disorders and those with Baker Act petitions. She is currently working as a pastoral behavioral counselor at My Life Counsel.
Sarah is passionate about the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, and teens with traumatic backgrounds. Her long-term goal is to teach and utilize Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) to help families connect, empower, and correct. She aims to change negative behavior, dispel lies, and renew positive self-worth for all she counsels. Sarah believes that working through infancy and childhood trauma requires stripping negative neural pathways and forming healthy new ones. By the strength of Christ, children, teens, and adults can overcome their trauma.
Hope is attainable, always; hope is accessible, always; hope is available, always. Through the strength of Christ, the power of his word, and the plasticity of our brain, we can overcome trauma and we can overcome hard things. "If we get a chance to meet,
"I am so very honored and excited to meet you!"
Families in crisis or trauma experienced.