Sara Dildy, MS, LPC

Hi there! My name is Sarah (she/her). Thank you for taking the time to read more about me! Looking for a therapist can be scary, so I want to acknowledge the courage and commitment it takes to start this journey! 
A little about me: I have a Bachelors degree in Music Therapy from Texas Woman's University and served as the Music Therapist for Highland Park School District.  I graduated in 2009 from Texas Woman’s University with my Masters degree in Counseling and Development. I completed my LPC internship with Denton County Friends of the Family and went on to serve as clinical staff there until 2012.  I have experience working with young children, adolescents, and adults in the community and group practice setting. I am a proud ally of the LGBTQ+ community. I have individual,  group, and play therapy experience working with a range of issues, including a primary focus on relationship violence, sexual assault, anxiety disorders, grief/loss, and trauma survivors. 
I believe therapy is a collaborative process between the therapist and client. I use an integrative therapeutic approach that includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Humanistic therapy, and Family systems. Therapy is different for everyone and there is no “cookie cutter approach’. I will work diligently to help you outline your goals for therapy so that you can achieve the results you desire, whether for yourself or your loved one. 
I want all my clients to know that I consider it a privilege and honor to be allowed into their stories and lives. I deeply believe each person is worthy of being fully understood, empowered, and supported in this life. Therapy is where you should feel safe to be authentically you, and finding the right therapist is important. Please reach out @ if you have questions or would like to make an appointment.  I look forward to meeting you! 

“We’re all just walking each other home.” - Ram Dass