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Sarah Balogh
Healing and Support Assistant Coordinator
Sarah Balogh, B.S.
Sarah is a graduate of Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Her prior experience includes work with children with mental illness and emotional impairments, as well as children and adults with autism, developmental disabilities, and cognitive impairments. Sarah also enjoys work with families and at-risk youth. Sarah has specialized education in child maltreatment, trauma, crisis intervention, and crimes against women. She has facilitated and created many psycho-educational therapy groups on various topics and comes from a cognitive behavioral background. Sarah is in the process of becoming an Applied Behavior Analysis therapist with the Special Needs Service Team and is also taking a graduate level course on Autism from the University of Phoenix and has taken graduate level courses in the Master of Social Work program at Grand Valley State University. Sarah believes in a creative, expressive, artistic and holistic approach to healing and gaining independence. Sarah’s mission for her self-help support groups is to provide a warm, friendly and caring environment with much peer direction and interaction. She also uses techniques tailored to her clients’ needs and meets clients where they are to assist them in meeting their own expressive and creative goals. Sarah will be working closely with the Special Needs Service Team’s Behavioral Analyst, Chami, as well as the therapeutic art educator, Robin to serve her clients, utilizing their expertise. Sarah has passions for dance, especially ballet, art, jewelry making, poetry and song-writing, singing, and crocheting. She believes that finding one’s passions are integral to developing positive coping skills. Sarah has also volunteered with several organizations including The Network of West Michigan, To Write Love on Her Arms, Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network, The Council for Human Rights, and Amnesty International. She organized and spoke at several events for To Write Love on Her Arms and is excited to use this experience as an assistant event coordinator for the CCWB. Raising awareness and reducing stigma about mental illness, sexual assault, domestic violence, and food allergies/sensitivities are very important to her. sbnavigatingsuccess.wordpress.com facebook.com/navigatingsuccess
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