Sarah Klionsky, M.A., L.C.M.H.C.
Sarah Klionsky is an Expressive Arts Therapist and a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. In addition to being a clinician at the Adams Center, she also serves as a student assistance counselor at Williston Central School, providing individual and group counseling and prevention to middle school students.
Sarah has over 17 years of teaching experience with children and teens. She has a Masters Degree in Expressive Arts Therapies from Lesley University. Ms. Sarah Klionsky focuses on goal-oriented treatment, consumer centered, encouraging personal creative expression, and personal choice. She collaborates with other therapists and specialists at the Adams Center to create a diverse service plans for consumers.
“Whenever illness is associated with loss of soul, the arts emerge spontaneously as remedies, soul medicine.” —Shaun McNiff, From Art as Medicine
“Using the expressive arts in psychotherapy is a natural evolution. We are coming to understand the need to engage in processes that awaken and integrate all aspects of self: the body, mind, emotions and spirit. Expressive arts does just that — it is a non-verbal language that helps both the client and the therapist to communicate at a deep level.” —Natalie Rogers, (daughter of Carl Rogers)