Sarah Glenney, LCSW

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Average Cost: $136
(per session)

Insurances Accepted: Cigna, United Healthcare

Curis Location: 
4801 Frankford Rd. #300
Dallas, TX 75201

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Sarah practices an eclectic approach borrowing techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness based strategies, strengths-based approaches, and dialectical behavioral therapy in efforts to bring progress, change, and
fulfillment to client's lives. 

She has broad experience in working with adolescents and adults and enjoys working with individuals in their late teens, twenties, and adulthood. She specializes in depression, grief and loss, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, LGBTQ issues, stress-management, burnout, and surviving and leaving toxic work places or relationships.

Sarah attended the University of Texas at Austin for a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2002 and completed her Master in Clinical Social Work in 2007. During graduate school she interned at UT's Drug and Alcohol Education Program and The Center for Child Protection. She has experience working at a residential treatment center for adolescents, inpatient psychiatric hospital and partial hospitalization programs for adults, integrated behavioral health for
adolescents and adults within their primary medical care setting, and outpatient individual psychotherapy. She is a member of the National Association of Social

Sarah has education and training in competencies of trauma, grief and loss, suicide and self-destructive behaviors, chronic and severe mental illness, adolescent health, cognitive behavioral treatments with emphasis on depression
and anxiety, mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. She has interests and ongoing development of skills related to spirituality, the mind-body connection, nutrition and mood, acceptance
and commitment therapy, depth psychology, and mindfulness based cognitive therapy.


  • MS Clinical Social Work (2007)
    University of Texas, Austin (Austin, TX)

  • BA Psychology (2002)
    University of Texas, Austin (Austin, TX)

Professional Activities & Memberships

  • National Association of Social Worker

Additional Training

  • Competencies of Trauma, PTSD, Grief and Loss

  • LGBTQ Youth

  • Suicide and Self-Destructive Behaviors

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy training

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Understanding Adolescent Health

  • Understanding HIV/AIDS: The Social Worker's Role

  • Packing for Your Spiritual Journey”

  • Personalities Disorders in Social Work and Healthcare Psychoanalytic Theory: Implications for Contemporary Social Work Practice

  • Cognitive Behavioral Treatment

  • 10 Best Ever Anxiety Treatment Techniques

  • Adolescent Health Symposium

  • New Trends in CBT: Advanced Techniques for Treating Your 5 Most Difficult Clients

  • Cognitive Therapy or Challenging Problems

  • Treating Co-Morbid Anxiety and Depression in Youth

  • Self-defeating Beliefs that Drive Self-destructive Behaviors—The Legacy of Toxic Shame

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Helping Your Clients Get out of Their Minds and into Their Lives

  • Clinical Suicidology: Assessment, treatment, and management of suicidal risk

  • Strong Girls/Strong Women: Maintaining knowing, voice and strength through normal development

  • Trauma-informed Care for People with Intellectual Disabilities and Behavioral Health Challenges

  • The Latest in Trauma Treatments: Diagnosis, Neuroscience, and Best Practices

  • Parent Child Connection: integrating neurobiology, attachment theory and behavioral approaches to strengthen children and families

  • 2014 Medical-Legal Partnership Summit


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