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Sarah Gammoh
Bethesda, Washington, D.C.
Therapy Types:
Couples, Individual, Parent Coaching
Therapy Methods:
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  • Existentialism

Sarah Gammoh, Clinical Graduate Intern

Sarah is currently pursuing her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Marymount University and is working as a clinical graduate intern under Brooke Shafer, LCPC, LPC at CCG. Sarah was born and raised in the Middle East, surrounded by cultures converging at the
crossroads of the world. This experience has provided her with a unique multicultural lens that she brings into her practice.

Sarah believes that everyone deserves a chance to move through the hardships in life with a strong support system and come out the other side with skills that they can continue to carry with them. Her mission is to help others gain a strong sense of self, supporting them through their
journey by understanding their lived experiences and using evidence-based techniques. She aims to create a collaborative, transparent, and safe therapeutic environment for all her clients. She is passionate about working with individuals and couples from all walks of life who are
seeking to find their place in the world, develop stronger relationships, and create meaning from their experiences. Her clinical interests include working with LGBTQIA+ clients, neurodivergent
clients, and immigrants. She is also interested in working with clients who struggle with anxiety, life transitions, eating disorders, self-esteem, and trauma.

Sarah received her BA in Psychology and Philosophy from Dickinson College, which taught her the value of reflection and learning to ask critical questions. During her time as an undergraduate, she was part of research teams that studied the effect of bicultural identity on wisdom as well as important psychological factors in close personal relationships.

In her free time, Sarah enjoys live music, listening to podcasts, experimenting with sweet and savory recipes, and crocheting.