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Sarah Krueger, Ph.D.

Dr. Krueger enjoys working with children, families, and adults to address traditional mental health concerns and also help them navigate life transitions and grapple with questions of identity and meaning.

Dr. Krueger has a passion for working with young children, adolescents, and their families as they face complex changes in physical, social, and emotional development. She works children with who experience difficulties in areas of self-regulation (behavior, attention, sleep or eating), atypical or delayed development, medical concerns, mood, anxiety, and other mental health symptoms, and grief or traumatic stress.

Dr. Krueger has advanced training in neuropsychological, developmental, and psychological assessment for children from infancy to 18 years old. Her assessments give families a clear picture of their child with concrete steps and interventions. Therapeutically, Dr. Krueger uses a variety of evidence-based treatments. She draws from cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, narrative, and existential frameworks, modifying her approach to fit each individual. Dr. Krueger also provides consultation and training in community agencies, schools, and Head Start programs. She values supporting caregivers in their service of others.

Dr. Krueger’s graduate training includes a M.A. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Catholic University of America. She also has a M.A. in counseling from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. Most recently, she taught and provided clinical services at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Dr. Krueger is licensed as a professional counselor. For fun, she enjoys hiking and having tea parties with her two daughters and husband.

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