Sarah Pasquin is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received her BA from UC Santa Cruz in Theater Arts, and graduated with a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in 2010. Sarah did her internship training with Airport Marina Counseling Services (AMCS) where she saw individual adults from a wide range of cultural backgrounds. While at AMCS, Sarah also worked with children and adolescents at the Boys and Girls Club of Venice, Westchester High School, and participated in a pilot program providing individual and group therapy to homeless youth at Safe Place for Youth in Venice. Sarah was employed for three years at the Village Glen School (with The Help Group), where she did individual and group therapy with elementary through high school kids who were predominantly on the Autism Spectrum. Through the Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies, Sarah has completed yearlong trainings in the institutes Trauma Studies, Infant, Early Childhood, and Parent Psychotherapy, and Addictions & Eating Disorders programs. Currently, she facilitates groups at PCH, and has a private practice in West Los Angeles where she enjoys working with children and their parents, as well as young adults who are struggling with anxiety and depression related to life transitions and individuation. Prior to entering the field of psychology, Sarah worked for several years in the film industry primarily in commercials and music videos.