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Sara Rosen, LMSW, MEd

Sara Rosen is a licensed social worker with a MEd in Human Sexuality; both degrees are from Widener University.

Sara is a queer-affirming therapist who has extensive experience with LGBTQ+ young adults and clients with alternative relationship dynamics. She has also trained Virginia Tech University faculty on fostering safe spaces for students.

In addition to her expertise in supporting individuals and couples with sexual dysfunctions, Sara can also help navigate simultaneous difficulties with substance abuse. Sara has facilitated well-respected and popular counseling groups for men experiencing erectile dysfunction and relationship discord while navigating substance abuse recovery.

Sara practices an eclectic therapeutic style. She utilizes a lively combination of psychodynamic, narrative, mindfulness relaxation, and queer-affirming therapies. Her interests and abilities span from addiction, depression, disability justice, sexual dysfunctions, gender, and sexual orientation issues, and anxiety. She has also achieved Level 1 of the Gottman Couples Therapy Method.

Starting therapy can feel daunting and scary. Sara is here to offer a comfortable and safe environment for you to grow into your best self.

Gender pronouns and titles: She/Her/Hers, Ms.

Sara Rosen is currently in the office on Mondays from 4 to 9:30 pm, Thursdays from 2-9:30 pm, Fridays from 12 noon to 6 pm, and Saturdays from 12 noon to 4 pm.


I want to share my appreciation and gratitude for the opportunity to work with Sara. I can see how much I have grown since I began seeing her. I feel more confident in my body, in embracing my sexuality and expressing myself as a sexual person, and in asking for what I need (and knowing that I deserve that) in my sexual relationships. I also appreciate how patient and gentle she has been in inviting me to explore my family history and relationships in our sessions. I am grateful for the way that she allowed me to become comfortable talking about it in my own time and at my own pace. I am very glad to have found LIIST and I would recommend LIIST to anyone looking for a caring, sensitive, queer-inclusive, and knowledgable sex therapist. ~GT

I can’t believe how comfortable I feel talking to you!~HZ

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