SARA FURLETTE-KOSKI, LLMSW
Specialty Areas of Treatment
Adults, Couple’s Counseling, Relationship Counseling, Self-Identity Exploration, Depression, Anxiety
Accepting new patients
Serving Patients Since 2020
My approach is client-centered and holistic. I use a strengths-based approach. I wholeheartedly believe that every person has the capacity to grow and change.
My hope is to help people see their potential and teach them the tools they need to actualize that growth.
I will hold space for the unique and whole person that you are so that you can explore your options and then embrace the life you want.
I am a calm and patient listener that pays attention to underlying, unconscious issues that may be driving conflict in your life. I will help you identify your own strengths. We will work together to explore instances when you’ve used that strength to grow through adversity.
I am a fierce advocate for people moving through transitions in their life and I am well-versed in navigating complicated social situations, varying family dynamics, and self-discovery.
I enjoy creating meaningful and lasting change in the lives of individuals and couples.
I use evidence-based treatment modalities, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness and Humanistic Therapy. I also practice from an Internal Family Systems model and use Gottman methods when working with couples.
Deciding to begin individual counseling or relationship therapy can feel scary and overwhelming.
I will meet you where you are and will strive to help you feel welcomed and safe in our work together.
I look forward to meeting you.
Michigan Board of Social Workers - Master's of Social Work, Clinical Limited License
Master's of Social Work, Dominican University, 2020
Master's in Athletic Training - Western Michigan University, 2004
Bachelor's of Science (Sports Science), Oregon State University, 2001
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Gottman Method Level 1 (February 2022)