Sabrina Sarro

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About

Sabrina is a Black, mixed-race trans/non-binary therapist, shadow-worker, and writer. Sabrina is here to support you in further harnessing your intuitive voice, as well as providing a space to explore your past, current, and potential future. 

Creative, committed, and charismatic, they are dedicated to helping you synthesize memories and experiences of your life, and how these moments might be informing your identities today. Sabrina is passionate about helping you exfoliate parts of yourself you might not have accessed before, and want to intentionally support you. They are deeply invested in you and think of our relationship as a collaborative one in which we both discover and explore what affirms you and makes you feel seen, heard, and supported. They center and hold space for your unique narrative and intersectional self, and want to help facilitate your growth, reflection, introspection, and discoveries. Sabrina believes psychotherapy is a collaborative, dynamic, and intentional relationship. 

They believe each client is the expert of their own story and narrative, and that psychotherapy exists to center, support, and illuminate that narrative and its corresponding nuances, intersections, and elements. Sabrina believes in creative, intersectional, and trauma-informed care.


Everyone who identifies underneath the LGBTQIAA+ is pure magic. I am blessed that I get to work within my own community as my spirit-work.

Borough

Manhattan

licensure

LMSW

Pronouns

They/Them/Theirs
Medication Management

clinical Focus Areas

Anxiety
Depression
Eating Disorders
PTSD
Addiction
OCD
Medication
Gender
Sexuality
Other

counseling types

Adults
Couples

Queer Competencies

These are areas of expertise based on what the provider has studied, where they've worked, what they've lived through, and the clients they want to work with.
Asexuality
BIPOC Intersectionality
HIV and AIDS
Kink BDSM
Polyamory
Sex Work
Sexual Functioning
Sexual Orientation
Spirituality Intersectionality
TGNC Gender Identity
TGNC Transition Support Letter

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