Sarah Lee

Practicum Counsellor​

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Sarah Lee

Practicum Counsellor

Sarah (she/her) is a graduate student completing her Masters of Social Work at Wilfrid Laurier University. Sarah is person-centered, whose passion for life and commitment to well-being is at the core of her approach. Sarah has been working within helping professions for the last thirteen years, as a youth worker in Vancouver, a social worker in Uganda and a teacher in Stockholm and Amsterdam. She is a child of immigrants from South Korea, born in Calgary and raised in Vancouver. These identities and experiences have had a profound impact on her work as a counsellor. Sarah believes that counselling is a relational process that is built on collaboration, trust and transparency.

Sarah recognizes the significance of creating a therapeutic environment that is sensitive to the lived experiences of women. Sarah is led by empathy and respect, honouring the diverse identities, stories, and struggles that each woman brings. Sarah is passionate about addressing the impact of systemic oppression, cultural identities, and intergenerational trauma faced by BIPOC women. Sarah specializes in working with women experiencing stressors such as life transitions, burnout/compassion fatigue, and trauma, including religious/high-control trauma. With Sarah as your counsellor, you can expect a supportive and empowering counselling experience. With an understanding of the intersectionality of race, culture, and gender, Sarah offers a space for women to navigate their lives. She is committed to walking alongside women, discovering strengths, healing from past traumas, and cultivating resilience.

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Cancellation Policy

Group programs depend on a minimum number of participants to run effectively and are designed for the purpose of completing the program in its entirety. If group members drop out before the end of the program, it may have an impact on other group members. For this reason, fees for the entire 4-week group are due in full at the time of registration.

We understand that unforeseen events occur at times. Cancellations can be made one month prior to the first group session date and a full refund will be provided. Cancellations made between the period of one month to two weeks prior to the first group session date will incur a 50% cancellation fee. No refunds will be given for cancellation requests within two weeks of the first group session date. Registration is non-transferable and not available for resale. Receipts will be provided for insurance and/or income tax purposes if applicable.