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Kevin Sadler, BA

Who I am as a Therapist

My approach to therapy is rooted in mindfulness, compassion, and radical-acceptance. These elements increase our awareness and acknowledgement of our arising sensations, thoughts, emotions, memories, and support us in discovering more genuine ways of living. My approach helps clients gain a deeper connection with themselves and the world around them as well as build resilience and capacity for all emotions. All of this is in service of supporting you towards health and allowing your wholeness to emerge. In life, there is a delicate balance between the desire for change and acceptance of this moment.

I acknowledge and explore how broader systems, including systems that oppress BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and other marginalized identities, contribute to your lived experience. I see counseling as a collaborative process between the client and counselor. I honor and welcome your intersectional identities. I am committed to continually learning and reflecting on how my identities contribute to the work we do together. I believe the therapeutic relationship is an important and healing part of the counseling process. I bring a gentle, present, and curious tone to the therapeutic space. I believe that everyone has the capacity to grow and heal when the needed environment is created.

Who I am when I’m not Being a Therapist

I spent close to a decade of my life working in outdoor education leading extended wilderness trips. I have a deep appreciation and love for being outside with others. When not playing outside, I enjoy going to movies alone. I have a growing collection of board games that I enjoy playing with my partner. My living space is filled with houseplants and I try my best to keep them alive with varying degrees of success.

Areas of Focus

  • People that identify as Male issues
  • Trauma & developmental trauma
  • Attachment / Relational Challenges
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Anger
  • Mindfulness-based approaches
  • Body-centered approaches