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I see: Individuals, Adults, Teens

I give free consultations: Yes

I charge, per 50-min session: $65

I use these modalities to communicate: Email, Text, Phone, Zoom

My specialties are:



Coping skills

Domestic abuse

Difficult relationships

Family conflicts

Health issues

Religious concerns


Women's issues

Languages spoken besides English: Spanish

My toolbox includes the following modalities:

Cognitive-behavioral therapy

Biblical mindfulness, breathing, etc.

Emotional support and empathic listening


I have the following Abide Network certifications: Abide Helper Training

My other relevant degrees, certifications, and trainings are:

I received a Bachelor's of Science in Clinical Nutrition and Exercise Physiology with an emphasis on motivational psychology. The practical knowledge of bodily systems and neural pathways gave me a holistic approach for creating treatment plans for my patients.

I studied at CORE School of Evangelism to become a minister of the gospel and Bible worker. This rigorous training truly helped to upend my misconceptions of God and re-shape my view of His loving character. It introduced me even further into the radical healing power of the Gospel through Jesus and Biblical mental health.

I received a certification in cross-cultural mission work as well that broadened my desire to serve people of various ethnic backgrounds and learn how to connect with their culture and family systems.

What do you like best about coaching?

I love seeing people light up when they realize how much God given power they have and can receive more of. Healing is a journey and even the heavy parts are beautiful as they piece together a bigger picture of the good good plans God has for us. Helping my fellow humans to walk on this journey is an honor, I walk it too, but we don't have to walk it alone.

How do you recharge on your day off?

Journaling, extra time with God, and being creative in the kitchen or in my home are always part of recharging days. Slow evenings with my husband, connecting with friends, and rock climbing are some of my favorite pass times.

Why did you choose to do coaching?

I chose to coach because of the integral part it played in my healing journey and recovering from domestic violence, spiritual abuse and anxiety. I know I could not have made it without God, my family and my therapist. Once you've been through hard times, you know the value of a helping hand, heart or ear. So, how can I not desire to be that for someone else? If I can be one bit of help to anyone struggling, then all I went through was 10/10 worth it!

What are your three favorite things?

1. Jesus' love

2. Plants

3. Cozy sweaters

Sarah Casper


Sarah Casper

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