Compassionate, Mindful Psychotherapy
for a Happier, Healthier You
Connect Mind & Body
Live More Authentically
I’m glad you’re here!
Finding the right therapist can be overwhelming, especially in Boston. You read the profile, check your gut, and then hope they have capacity. After all that- you have to go through the effort of showing up at an actual place, meeting a human and trusting them enough to start talking about your life.
I know it’s not easy, and I want you to know you aren’t alone.
I also want you to know that it’s worth the effort.
Your deserve to find a therapist you genuinely connect with.
What happens when you find the right therapist
You start to get clear, and more hopeful about your future
You develop the skills to live a more mindful, peaceful, and joyful life
You grow more confident in your own ability to navigate the seas of circumstance
I want you to know, I am 100% committed to helping you navigate your own personal journey to wellness. If you are ready to dive in, engage, and do some work, let’s connect! I am so honored that you are interested in trusting and working with me.
Hi, I’m Sarah
Sarah Harmon, LMHC, EYT-200, Graduate Certificate in Mindfulness Studies
As a licensed mental health therapist, I deeply value active and collaborative relationships with my clients. While I am a good ear, and a patient listener; I’m not a passive therapist, I’m a contributing guide. If wanted, I will give you feedback, support, and actual tools to navigate situations in your life that are causing distress. My approach is a seamless melding of CBT, Positive Psychology, mindfulness meditation, and yoga techniques.
My practice is synonymous with encompassing a holistic approach to mind and body wellness, and providing you with the navigational tools to be your best self.
Specialties & Areas of Therapeutic Expertise
Anxiety – Generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic attacks
Coping Skills – Learning mind and body tools to help you live a healthy and happier life
Mindfulness – Developing awareness, attention, and remembering. Developing tools to become aware of what is occurring around us to untangle from mental preoccupations and difficult emotions. Self-acceptance and compassion.
Prenatal/Postpartum/Perinatal issues – Provides support around pregnancy and postpartum struggles, and runs workshops for moms and soon-to-be moms
Parenting – Helping parents with their own issues within the context of supporting children
Relationships – Feeling unsatisfied in your partnership; communication challenges; addressing issues of power and voice; contemplation of separation; questioning one’s place in the relationship; breakups, friendships, dating
Interpersonal issues – Navigating interpersonal issues with parents, children, siblings, and/or coworkers