Sharon Cabana MA, LMFT Intern
2005 BA Anthropology, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
2008 MA Anthropology/American Indian Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
2015 MA Marriage, Couples, and Family Therapy, Lewis and Clark College
Certificate in eating disorders treatment, Lewis and Clark College
Sharon offers individual, group, family and couple's counseling. She works with families of all kinds and provide services to non-traditional families, including the kink/poly communities.
Sharon integrates a variety of theoretical models into my work with clients, tailoring each session to meet the needs of my clients and their presenting concerns. She draws from models such as cognitive-behavioral approaches (CBT/DBT), mindfulness-based therapy, psychodynamic, creative therapies and storytelling, body-centered approaches, and stage-based trauma specific treatment.
I am a writer, a painter, a knitter, a novice equestrienne, and a general "I have too many hobbies!" person. I am a student of the internal Chinese martial arts and hope to incorporate them one day into my practice.
6-11, 12-14, 15-17, 18-64, 65+
Abuse, Eating Disorders , PTSD, Religious/Spiritual Issues, ADD/ADHD , Alcohol Use Issues, Bipolar Disorder , Substance use issues, Sexual Issues, Women’s Issues, Persistent (Chronic) Pain, Addictions, Trauma, Latino Community, LGBTQ+, Weight management, Transgender Issues, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Mindfulness