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Sarah Dobey, LPC, MAC, ACS

She / her / hers 

Clinical Director and Founder of Head & Heart Therapy

***Please note that Sarah is not accepting new clients for individual therapy and is not accepting new supervisees at this time. However, if you are a former client, please reach out, she may be able to make exceptions. 

My Story

I have been in the field of mental health and addictions for over a decade, holding a variety of positions such as Clinical Director of the Integrative Trauma Treatment Center, and Women's Program Coordinator at Cedar Hills Hospital. I have been providing Clinical Supervision for approximately six years, helping clinicians with various levels of experience grow as professionals. In addition, I am a national speaker, passionate about the theme of Trauma Informed Care, among other topics.

Over the years, I have worked with individuals of all ages and various presenting concerns. Part of why I love this work is the diversity that it brings, continuously providing me with opportunities for growth.   I love that people are unique with different quirks, perspectives, values, and cultural backgrounds.  I enjoy reading, yoga, and spending time with my three hairless creatures.  

I will be updating my bio soon, but I did want to add that I received a Masters degree from Marylhurst University. My program, which I completed in two years, was extremely rigorous. My graduate program was 86 hours and I earned a 3.60 GPA. Most graduate programs, for reference, are around 60 hours. 


Interested in learning more? Feel free to check out my resume. 

Sarah Dobey, LPC, MAC, ACS sitting outside

Professional Qualifications 

Speaking Events

  • Masters degree in Art Therapy Counseling from Marylhurst University

  • Trained in part I & II of EMDR (approved by the EMDR International Association). Part I was completed in 2017 and part II was completed in 2018

  • August 2022 · Presenter for Dr. Sanderson & Associates; Beyond the Basics: Working with Dissociation

  • August 2021: Presenter for The Recovery Village Ridgefield; Dissociation 101: The Basics 

  • June 2020: Presenter for The Recovery Village Ridgefield; Working Healthy: A Closer Look at the Importance of Trauma Informed Care and Compassion Fatigue

  • July 2019: Presenter for The Recovery Village Ridgefield; Working Healthy: Investigating Burnout and Trauma Informed Care

  • May 2019: Presenter at the mid-year American Society of Ocularists Conference; Working Healthy as an Ocularist 

  • April 2015: Presenter at the National Council for Exceptional Children Convention; Shelter from the storm: Art Therapy Treatment for a Traumatized Boy

Finances & Insurance

Accepted Insurance Plans:

  • Providence 

  • Pacific Source

  • Aetna 

  • Care Oregon (OHP)

  • Open Card (OHP)


  • Issues related to gender

  • Psychosis

  • Trauma

  • Addiction/substance use/abuse/dependence 

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Multi-cultural issues

  • LGBTQIA+ themes

  • Art Therapy

  • Clinical Supervision

  • Sleep disorders

  • Suicidality

Modalities Used

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