Sarah Rimmer, M.S.
Doctoral Psychology Intern
Sarah is a doctoral psychology intern at Cook Counseling Center. She earned her B.S. in Psychology, her M.S. in Clinical Counseling Psychology, and is currently completing her Psy.D. in Counseling Psychology at Radford University. Sarah enjoys working with students with a wide variety of clinical concerns with a specific interest in working to help those dealing with depression, anxiety, interpersonal issues, and identity concerns. Sarah’s treatment approach to treatment is integrative, being informed by person-centered and cognitive-behavioral theoretical approaches. Her research thus far has focused on experiences of sexual minority individuals and college students, with her dissertation looking at experiences of gender minority stress for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. In her free time, Sarah enjoys reading, spending time with her dog and cat, listening to podcasts, and coloring.