• Sarah Foxfire, MFT

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    Clinical Supervisor

    Sarah is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Supervisor at Family Matters Of Marin. She has been working with adults, couples and children of all ages since 2005. For many years Sarah taught classes on stress management, anger management, resiliency training, parenting skills, and communication skills to the military and their families.  She counseled families at a Gestalt based clinic in San Francisco from 2005-2009. Sarah has worked with children in therapeutic wilderness settings, in residential therapy with severely emotionally disturbed children, she has led therapeutic groups for adolescent girls, and she has been a school counselor in the public school system.  She has taught mindfulness and connection workshops since 2013, as well as teaching mindfulness and yoga in dozens of studios, retreats, and workshops since 1999. Sarah has worked in private practice settings since 2005.

    Some of Sarah’s training and specialties include EMDR, Trauma Informed Care, Gestalt Therapy, Parent Child interactive Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Embodiment modalities (Hakomi, Yoga Therapy), and Emotionally Focused Couples Counseling.  She is passionate about helping and supporting families to enrich their relationships. She is deeply committed to her client’s growth. She has an enormous amount of compassion for the brave individuals and families who show up at her office to do this work.

    Sarah’s own therapeutic process has been invaluable to her as a person and therapist.  Learning a lot of the techniques from the inside out has given her true confidence in their lasting efficacy.  Sarah suffered traumatic loss early in life, and was called to find healthy ways to heal the wounds left. Therapy taught her to access more connection with others, understand herself more deeply,  and shine despite life’s inevitable difficulties. She has grown to love the journey of her life even on the more difficult days. She has found access to life’s richness inside of these challenges and complexities.

    Sarah lives in Marin County with her husband (who was actually born with the last name Foxfire) and their two daughters.  She teaches yoga too!