Sarah Stover, LPC, M.A., M.Ed.
Sarah Stover, LPC, M.A., M.Ed. is a 2016 graduate of the University of Colorado- Colorado Springs Masters program in Counseling and
Human Services - Clinical Mental Health Counseling. A Michigan native, Sarah started her career in post-secondary education at Calvin
College where she earned a B.A. in Communication Arts and Sciences. Sarah also worked as resident assistant while attending Calvin, which
fueled an interest in Student Affairs and Higher Education Administration. Sarah worked as a graduate residence hall director while completing
her M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction- College Student Affairs at the University of South Florida (USF). Following graduation, Sarah worked
for Elon University as an Assistant Director for Residence Life. In 2009, Sarah transitioned to Valdosta State University where she served as an
Assistant Director for Residential Education. Sarah’s time in residential life and education focused on leadership development, diversity
education, student success, and crisis management. Following an opportunity to live in the United Kingdom, Sarah enrolled in the UCCS
Counseling Program. Sarah interned with the Substance Abuse Treatment Program at the PFC Lindstrom VA clinic in Colorado Springs. Upon
graduation, Sarah completed her licensure candidacy working for the VA clinic, lab leading for the UCCS graduate program, and working for
community counseling clinics, including providing counseling services for participants in the Veteran’s Trauma Court program. Sarah is a
licensed professional counselor in the state of Colorado. Her professional work is focused on trauma recovery and resiliency, as well as issues
of social justice and well-being. In her spare time, Sarah can be found running, playing with her four dogs, spending time traveling with her
partner, and enjoying a good cup of coffee.