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Sarah Du, LCSW

Sarah Du, LCSW


Licensed in PA #CW022971
Insurances Accepted: Cigna/Evernorth, Aetna
I provide therapy that is conversational with feedback, humor, curiosity, and partnership.

My Therapy Style

My work focuses on making sense of what feels complex, placing it into words, and meaningful action. This can include struggling to balance personal wants and expectations of others, conflict due to living in dual cultures, trauma from substance abuse, racism, or worry and sadness. I provide therapy that is conversational with feedback, humor, curiosity, and partnership. The work we do together will consider all sociopolitical factors, community, beliefs, abilities, and all that is inherently important and has impacted you because who you are and what you need, reaches beyond your emotions.

Education & Training

MSW - Social Work, Widener University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

Relationships are not only inevitable in our lives but extremely impactful to our well being, especially the ones we have with ourselves and our sense of community. Being a therapist allows me to learn about navigating the complexity of relationships and supporting others in having healthier ones, while also being a validating presence for those who may feel disconnected in most places.

What are your interests outside of work?

I have been a gamer since I was a kid. Some of my favorite franchises are Zelda, Bioshock, and The Last of Us. I also weight lift, am always on the look out for a new restaurant to try, and put together the occasional Lego set.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

My bedtime routine is the coziest part of my day. It helps me wind down to do my skincare and put my pjs. It is completely for me and guarantees I get alone time.

Do you have any pets?

I have a wonderfully chaotic cat named Ripley (named after Ellen Ripley). I rescued her when she was 2 months old. During one of her first days home, I couldn't find her for hours and worried that she may have ran outside. Turns out she just pulled out all the tissues from a tissue box in the closet and decided to take a long nap.