Sarah Fox, MA, LPCC

Integrative Psychotherapist, Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapist
Saint Paul MN
Sarah’s practice has focused on developmental and complex trauma; relational, sexual, and betrayal trauma; attachment injuries; depression and anxiety; parenting and reproductive psychology; somatic concerns; creative process issues; as well as gender, socioeconomic, and race-based trauma. She has worked with and welcomes people who identify as trans, nonbinary, and gender-nonconforming, LGBTQ2IA+, and other marginalized communities, as well as people striving to deconstruct their cultural and racial biases in a co-healing space. Sarah endeavors to empower her clients with deeper self-knowledge, mindfulness techniques, effective boundaries, holistic integration, and acceptance. She collaborates with her clients in creating a secure and compassionate space for emotional pain to be explored, shame deconstructed, somatic connections tracked with more consciousness, internal frameworks revised and reinforced, and intuitive resources strengthened and uplifted.
Sarah has a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and a Master of Fine Arts in Poetry. She is also a trained labor and delivery doula, has worked with herbal medicines, taught undergraduate English and Creative Writing, and has facilitated creative process workshops and healing support groups with sexual and domestic abuse survivors, pregnant and parent teens, families experiencing homelessness, immigrant and refugee communities, and as an artist-in-residence in schools and community centers throughout Minnesota. She has done ketamine-assisted psychotherapy (KAP) training with Polaris Institute and Intero Psychedelic Therapy; participated in The River Course with Dr. Joe Tafur, focusing on ayahuasca and models of spiritual healing in healthcare; and is among the first group of clinicians in the U.S. to have completed the MAPS MDMA-assisted Psychotherapy training. She has been engaged in her own healing process for decades through ongoing personal psychotherapy, medicine work, somatic-based modalities, intuitive development mentorship and energy work, and her lifelong meditation and yoga practice. Sarah is a white, cis-bodied woman and acknowledges her accountability in dismantling her embodied biases and enacting social change and collective liberation.