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  • Sarah Jang, MFT Trainee
    Sarah Jang, MFT Trainee

    Email: or 1-408-281-0708 x 305

    Welcome to the profile of Sarah Jang, a dedicated Marriage and Family Therapist trainee currently immersed in her studies at Western Seminary. Sarah's passion for fostering mental and emotional well-being stems from her background in working with young children on the autism spectrum. Inspired by the profound impact of individual therapy, she embarked on a journey to broaden her practice, specifically focusing on the intricate dynamics of the family unit.

    Currently, Sarah is extending her therapeutic expertise in a school setting, catering to the unique needs of young children, teenagers, and young adults. Her commitment to providing a safe space for individuals to explore the complexities of their minds and hearts underscores her approach to counseling.

    In her free time, Sarah finds solace in the world of literature and immersive storytelling, indulging in both reading and watching quality shows. She values moments spent with her loved ones, recognizing the importance of connection and shared experiences.

    Areas of expertise encompass anxiety, mood disorders, cultural issues, family of origin concerns, life transitions, and self-esteem. Fluent in both English and Korean, Sarah brings a multicultural perspective to her practice, fostering inclusivity and understanding.

    As a professional member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT), Sarah remains committed to staying abreast of industry advancements and ethical standards. Her dedication to personal and professional growth reflects in her dynamic approach to therapy.

    Embark on a transformative journey with Sarah Jang, where compassion, expertise, and a genuine commitment to your well-being converge.

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