Sara Heidbreder, LCPC, BC-DMT, GLCMA

I am a board-certified Dance/Movement Therapist, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, and Graduate Laban Certified Movement Analyst. I have experience working with both adults and children in hospital, school, and community mental health settings, addressing a variety of mood disorders (including depression and anxiety), family conflict, trauma, and social/relationship issues.
The person who’s wearing a purple shirt is showing both hands. Hands are filled with words that describe a variety of emotions and personalities and say “Just Me” in the middle.
Embracing Change
Sara Heidbreder, LCPC, BC-DMT, GLCMA

Accepting our emotions

When you think about depression or anxiety, what kind of image do you have about them? You may think that they are problematic or bad emotions that you would like to get rid of.

In the spirit of Mental Health Awareness Month, I would like to challenge that idea! I believe feelings of sadness, worries, and anger are all normal human emotions. What we may want to try is accepting them to manage them, rather than rejecting them.

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Couples and Intimate Partners
Sara Heidbreder, LCPC, BC-DMT, GLCMA

Power and Control in Relationships

To develop a healthy relationship, it is important for all parties involved to feel empowered, respect each other, and have equal power in the decision-making.

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Couples and Intimate Partners
Sara Heidbreder, LCPC, BC-DMT, GLCMA

Love and Boundaries

Being in a relationship can be so much fun when you can be yourself and are free to communicate what’s on your mind. Love should be respectful, caring, and equal. Love should not be coerced, shamed, or painful.

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