• Sarah Lenhart, MS.Ed., LPCC-S

    Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
    Supervising Counselor



Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Supervising Counselor


M.S. Degree; December, 2014; Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Youngstown State University

B.A. Degree; December, 2010; Psychology
Youngstown State University

Professional History

Sarah Lenhart, M.S.Ed., LPCC-S as been an Ohio licensed counselor since 2014. She began working in community mental health as a Residential Technician on the Crisis Stabilization Unit at Turning Point Counseling Center. She has experience working in a variety of departments including Prescreening, Emergency Services, the Crisis Stabilization Unit, and individual behavioral health counseling. Sarah was also chosen to facilitate group therapy in the areas of Co-Occurring Disorders and Motivational Interviewing.


  • Mental Health Assessment
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental and Emotional Disorders
  • Consultation, Clinical Documentation, and Collaboration with other agencies
  • Individual, Family, and Group Counseling
  • Addiction Counseling
  • Crisis Intervention

Professional Objectives

“I believe that clients deserve treatment from a counselor who views their work as more than a job; they deserve genuine care, compassion, and respect. I hold the belief that clients should be met where they are and should be encouraged to make positive decisions for themselves in order to promote empowerment and continued motivation for change. I feel that quality and an excellent standard of care should be first and foremost, in addition to continuously improving and seeking additional ways to advance programs and client care.”

Theoretical Orientation

“I feel that theoretical orientation should be dependent upon the individual’s situation, specific needs, and preferences. That being said, I find that I most commonly employ the principles of Person-Centered Counseling and Rational Emotion Behavior Therapy. Through these theories, individuals can be productive in their own change process. I believe that a counselor should guide individuals throughout the counseling process and should be someone that can provide insight and encouragement. It is also essential to establish rapport and create a sense of openness and safety. The next step would be to explore possible causes for the individual’s symptoms and how they have manifested themselves in the client’s life. The counselor then helps the client develop rational and accurate beliefs about these issues as well as develop skills in therapy that the client can continue to practice after the sessions have ended. I feel that these theories teach the individual skills that will help them view situations in a more productive manner. These theories also involve improving self-esteem as well as a sense of self-competence.”


Certificates/Special Training

Sarah continuously attends continuing education seminars in various areas as required by the CSWMFT Board.

Professional Affiliations and Memberships

  • The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi
  • Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society, Eta chapter