Sarah Wiley, LSW
Specializing in supporting high-risk teens struggling with dishonesty, anger, aggression, and difficulty connecting with authority figures
$150 for individual sessions (50 minutes)
$200 for family sessions (90 minutes)
It is your responsibility to see what your Out of Network Benefits are and at what percentage you will be reimbursed.
Are you or your teen struggling with difficult emotions? Feeling overwhelmed or stressed? Is your teen lashing out? Struggling with relationships?
Sometimes when we struggle, we can’t find the words to express how we are feeling (or maybe we don’t even know!). And instead of communicating effectively how we are struggling, these struggles instead are communicated in unhealthy ways through dishonesty, anxiety attacks, perceived disregard for relationships, and aggressive behaviors and language. This might look like lashing out at loved ones or ones in our lives that are trying to help. Have you ever noticed taking our struggles out on those closest to us and/or anyone attempting to support us?
I specialize in working with teens struggling with depression, anxiety, and anger/aggression. I enjoy working with teens to help them find their voice and understand how to both identify AND effectively communicate their own emotions. In my work I focus on building healthy skills to be able to utilize and build self-esteem.
By joining me in therapy, we will work together to address the patterns that have you and your teen feeling stuck. I utilize CBT and DBT skills within sessions to help teens become more self-aware and build emotional strength. I have worked with high-risk teens and their families to support them at home and in school.
A little about my background
I am a Licensed Social Worker and received my Master’s degree in Social Work from Widener University
I have significant experience working with teens and young adults struggling with unhealthy behaviors and supporting them in learning and utilizing new healthy skills.
I have worked with high-risk teens and their families to support them to remain at home and in school.
I love group therapy. A way for teens to not only learn skills, but learn from one another and their unique experiences. I am trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and run DBT Skills Training groups for teens.