Sarah Scheffers

LMSW

Erin Heavilin

Sarah Scheffers, LMSW

Sarah’s primary goal is to help individuals meet their full potential by getting to know who the individual is, understanding their past, present and future, coming along side of them, and helping them identify and remove the obstacles keeping them from obtaining  the life they want. She has a passion for those with a history of trauma and mental illness. She uses a strengths based approach in her therapy along with CBT, DBT, mindfulness, and more. Sarah has worked with children, families, and individuals in social work since 2013. She graduated with a Bachelors in Applied Science from Davenport University and a Bachelors in Social Work from Kuyper College. She graduated with her Masters Degree in Social Work from Western Michigan University. She lives in the Grand Rapids area with her husband, and their two children.

Sarah has worked with a wide range of populations from couples seeking relationship counseling to individuals with mood disorders, to school social work in the public school system. She specializes in the treatment of adult ADHD, anxiety, body image issues, career counseling, coping skills, depression, domestic abuse, eating disorders, emotional disturbance, family conflict, grief, infertility, LGBTQ issues, life coaching, life transitions, parenting, peer relationships, pregnancy, prenatal, postpartum, relationship issues, religious trauma, self esteem issues, spirituality, stress, suicidal ideation, trauma and PTSD, and women’s issues.

Sarah provides individual and couples outpatient therapy in the Grand Haven office. She is currently accepting new clients. Sarah’s primary goal is to help individuals meet their full potential by getting to know who the individual is, understanding their past, present and future, coming along side of them, and helping them identify and remove the obstacles keeping them from obtaining  the life they want. She has a passion for those with a history of trauma and mental illness. She uses a strengths based approach in her therapy along with CBT, DBT, mindfulness, and more. Sarah has worked with children, families, and individuals in social work since 2013. She graduated with a Bachelors in Applied Science from Davenport University and a Bachelors in Social Work from Kuyper College. She graduated with her Masters Degree in Social Work from Western Michigan University. She lives in the Grand Rapids area with her husband, and their two children. 

Sarah has worked with a wide range of populations from couples seeking relationship counseling to individuals with mood disorders, to school social work in the public school system. She specializes in the treatment of adult ADHD, anxiety, body image issues, career counseling, coping skills, depression, domestic abuse, eating disorders, emotional disturbance, family conflict, grief, infertility, LGBTQ issues, life coaching, life transitions, parenting, peer relationships, pregnancy, prenatal, postpartum, relationship issues, religious trauma, self esteem issues, spirituality, stress, suicidal ideation, trauma and PTSD, and women’s issues.

Sarah provides individual and couples outpatient therapy in the Grand Haven office. She is currently accepting new clients.

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