cognitive issues | emotional issues | anxiety | depression | trauma | self-esteem
Sarita Barthuly, MSW, LSW
Sarita received her Master’s of Social Work from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and her Bachelor’s of Social Work at Ball State University. Sarita has experience working with several cognitive and emotional issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem and much more. While working with her clientele, Sarita utilizes various different therapeutic approaches to address client issues on an individualized basis. Sarita has had a focus on working with adolescents and young adults from all walks of life, backgrounds and cultures, although she enjoys working with all age groups.
Sarita believes that everyone has the tools they need to be able to help themselves already and just need someone to guide them on the path to discovering the tools in their toolbox. She wants therapy to be seen as a safe, empathetic, healing, and restorative process. She strives to make her client’s feel understood and holds a supportive non-judgmental space where collaboration and healing can take place. In her free time, Sarita enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, playing volleyball, and crafting.