Sarah Hummel, LCSW
I am Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and have practiced psychotherapy since 2008. I love my work because I love people and carry deep respect for my clients and their stories. Healing and growth take diligent effort but the fullness and freedom make it worthwhile! Counseling is a gateway to this life-giving process.
My clinical expertise is in the child and adolescent field, in particular: trauma, mood disorders, adjustment issues and eating disorders. That being said, I am adept at working with clients of all ages and am well versed in treating adults with mental health diagnoses, including addiction.
License: Licensed Clinical Social Worker
License State: Colorado
License Number: CSW.09923593
License Date Received: 2014
Latest Articles By Sarah Hummel, LCSW
- Are You Being Manipulated?
- Why It Is Important To Set Limits With Kids
- When Bedtime Becomes A Nightmare
- How Do We Regulate Emotions In Depression And Anxiety?
- Helping Your Spirited Child’s Sensitivity Become Their Strength
- How To Deal With Emotional Burnout
- Want Children To Pay Attention? Make Their Brains Curious!
- When Someone You Love Is An Alcoholic Or Addict
- What Is Emotional Dysregulation?
- An Introduction To Dialectical Therapy
- Accepting Feedback Even When It Hurts Image
- What Is The Difference Between Self-Esteem And Self-Compassion
- The Power Of Media Imagery
- Social Media: What’s Healthy? What’s Not?
- Building Consequences For Your Children
- Mindfulness For Reactivity, Putting It Into Practice!
- How Mindfulness Helps Reactivity
- Why Do We Experience Conflict and Anger?
- Understanding Anger
- The Emotional Struggle Of The Fun-Loving Child
- The Emotional Struggle Of The Sensitive Child: Wading Through Big Feelings
- The Emotional Struggle Of The Serious Child: Who Is The Parent, Here?
- The Emotional Struggle Of The Determined Child
- Addressing Your Child’s Temperament In Parenting
- Promoting A Healthy Attitude About Food And Body Image
- Intuitive Eating
- Helping Your Child Adjust To Change
- Listening Skills For Strong Relationships
- Addressing Sexual Assault With Your Child
- Your Mind’s Eye