I am Sarah Marsh, a dedicated Clinical Social Worker Candidate and Family Support Specialist based in Bozeman, MT. With over a decade of experience working with children and families, I have a strong foundation as a counselor and educator, specializing in children from birth to adolescence.
My journey in early education began with an undergraduate degree in Early Care and Education from the University of Washington, where I received the Childcare Aware Scholarship. This experience provided me with a unique family-oriented perspective on early education, inspiring me to support the holistic development of the entire family unit.
To further my passion for working with children and families, I pursued a Master’s in Clinical Social Work at the University of Washington. During this program, I was selected for the National Office of Special Education Early Intervention fellowship, where I received specialized training in attachment-based modalities like Promoting First Relationships and Parents Interacting with Infants and Toddlers. Working alongside a multidisciplinary team of professionals, including Nurses, SLPs, OTs, PTs, Educators, and Counselors, I supported children’s development within the federal entitlement services under IDEA Act Part B and C. I have experience providing child counseling (5-adolescents), parent coaching (individuals and couples), early intervention (birth to five), and administering developmental assessments (birth-adolescents).
Beyond my work in the therapy room, I have a passion for culinary experimentation, community volunteering, and exploring the breathtaking outdoor landscapes that surround us. Thank you for taking the time to get to know me and my practice. If you are interested in learning how I can support your child and your family, please don’t hesitate to reach out.