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Sabrina Sarro, LMSW

(they/them/theirs)

Psychotherapist &
Curriculum Development Specialist

Sabrina Sarro, LMSW

(they/them/theirs)

Psychotherapist &
Curriculum Development Specialist

As a Black/Haitian, mixed-race non-binary/trans* psychotherapist and spirit exfoliator, I am most interested in centering the voices of the unheard by providing intersectional, decolonized, and trauma-informed counseling. Charismatic, creative, and non-traditional, I am here to center your unique narrative and center the exploration of your past, present, and future.

As a Black/Haitian, mixed-race non-binary/trans* psychotherapist and spirit exfoliator, I am most interested in centering the voices of the unheard by providing intersectional, decolonized, and trauma-informed counseling. Charismatic, creative, and non-traditional, I am here to center your unique narrative and center the exploration of your past, present, and future.

Specialties

Sabrina has extensive experience working with all types of persons and partnerships. Aside from working with individuals, they work with all types of coupledoms and partnerships (including poly, poly-adjacent, and non-monogamous), as well as roommates, business partners, etc. They work within a BDSM/Kink/GSM lens, and they identify within those communities themself. They primarily employ Somatic, DBT,  EFT, and Gottman techniques, as well as other psycho-spiritual tools, drawing upon the Enneagram, MBTI, Astrology, Nen, and Human Design. Sabrina also has extensive experience in body and movement work, as well as mindfulness.

They prioritize and love to work within their own communities, including Black, BIPOC, TGNC*, and LGBTQIA* folx, as well as those who identify as Highly Sensitive Persons, Psychics, Intuits, Water-Benders, and Empaths. Sabrina is a deep lover of anything having to do with the Enneagram and uses their identity as a creative curator in their sessions. Using their strengths and assets as a spirit exfoliator and wizard (terms they have come up with themselves), Sabrina loves to incorporate spiritual typing mechanisms and modalities into their work and believes that many of these systems can help us better understand our emotional DNA. While these systems are always subject to the individual’s perception and expertise on themselves (Sabrina advocates that every client is the expert of their own body/narrative/selfhood) – they also believe these systems can help us further co-create or reflect upon our spiritual blueprints.

Sabrina also works with individuals who meet the “diagnostic” criteria for Borderline Personality Disorder and Dissociative Identity Disorder. They aim to destigmatize these specific mental health experiences and refrain from calling them “personality disorders.” Using a radically empathic and intersectional lens, Sabrina believes that we cannot talk about BPD and DID without also speaking about trauma, race, class, body, ability, etc.

Other Interests

Sabrina loves Astrology (including Sidereal, Tropical, Hellenistic, and Vedic). They believe deeply in the psycho-spiritual validity of the planets and the cosmology of the universe, as well as the ability for Astrology to be instrumental in therapy. They are well-versed in different types of Astrology, and have completed a one-year certification course through Nightlight Astrology called “Ancient Astrology for the Modern Mystic.”

Sabrina believes deeply in nature, environmental justice, the power of the moon, and the power of herbs and plant healing.

Sabrina identifies as a chronically ill person and experiences two autoimmune disorders, including PCOS. They firmly believe in fighting for all menstruating people to have access to intersectional, trauma-sensitive healthcare. They understand what it is like to live with debilitating chronic conditions that affect mood, hormones, energy, body, and body presentation. Their view is that the body and health inform healing – and they have extensive knowledge of PCOS, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, and other conditions that affect the pelvic floor, gut microbiome, hormones, and the overall body. They care about disability politics and non-visible illnesses. They especially care about this in the context of the most oppressed, including Black folx/dark-skinned folx/femmes/TGNC folx).

Other Interests

Sabrina loves Astrology (including Sidereal, Tropical, Hellenistic, and Vedic). They believe deeply in the psycho-spiritual validity of the planets and the cosmology of the universe, as well as the ability for Astrology to be instrumental in therapy. They are well-versed in different types of Astrology, and have completed a one-year certification course through Nightlight Astrology called “Ancient Astrology for the Modern Mystic.”

Sabrina believes deeply in nature, environmental justice, the power of the moon, and the power of herbs and plant healing.

Sabrina identifies as a chronically ill person and experiences two autoimmune disorders, including PCOS. They firmly believe in fighting for all menstruating people to have access to intersectional, trauma-sensitive healthcare. They understand what it is like to live with debilitating chronic conditions that affect mood, hormones, energy, body, and body presentation. Their view is that the body and health inform healing – and they have extensive knowledge of PCOS, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, and other conditions that affect the pelvic floor, gut microbiome, hormones, and the overall body. They care about disability politics and non-visible illnesses. They especially care about this in the context of the most oppressed, including Black folx/dark-skinned folx/femmes/TGNC folx).

Training

MSW: focus in Advanced Clinical Practice and Intersectional Social Issues (Columbia University); MFA: Narrative Nonfiction/Memoir (The City College of New York, expected graduation May 2022)

PESI: DBT; Nightlight Astrology: Ancient Astrology for the Modern Mystic (one-year intensive Astrology program focusing in Hellenistic Astrology); workshop on The Sacred Enneagram (7 hour intensive); Maha Rose: Psychic Intuition Certification Course; Outcare: LGBTQ Cultural Competency Training; Alma: Three-Part Equity Training in Race, Racism, and Social Justice; Columbia University: certificate in Intersectional Clinical Practice with Diverse LGBTQ+ Populations

Lighthouse Book Project Fellow: two-year book project led by award-winning literary author, Vauhini Vara.

Forthcoming memoir titled: If you steam one single organ, you can make the entire body a stew, a hybrid, lyrical memoir that chronicles the author’s experience as a food-rape survivor

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