Get To Know Our Clinic Director, Sarah Lucha!
Meet Sarah Lucha, our Clinic Director! Sarah began her career in Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and program design work. She has worked as a sexual assault advocate and done great work within the community to advocate for survivors by creating health access programs, creating health publications, and collaborating with local law enforcement. Sarah is a published author in the Violence Against Women Medical Journal. She is also an award recipient from the American Academy of Pediatrics For Child Advocacy.
1. What makes JRM&A Therapy unique from other clinics?
We all really love the work we do and believe in the resilience of our clients. Our staff comprises of trauma experts that work with a variety of different therapy modalities. We provide family systems therapy and work from a biopsychosocial perspective.
2. What would you say to someone hesitant to use therapy?
If you’re hesitant give it a try. Therapy really should be viewed like your yearly physical checkup, but for the mind. Also, it should not be viewed as a luxury, but rather a necessity because mental health and well-being should be prioritized.
3. Have you struggled with mental health yourself?
I currently have many responsibilities since I am a wife, mother of 2 young children, and I work full time at JRM&A. I am very busy oftentimes and I feel stress and anxiety from time to time like most people. I have sought therapy in the past and the only regret I ever had was that I wish I would have gone earlier!
4. What is your role at JRM&A?
I am the Clinical Director. I manage the daily operations of the business and do client intake processes for establishing new clients within the practice. I also provide ongoing training to staff and currently see clients each week.
5. What do you enjoy most about JRM&A?
I love our team! Every therapist and staff person is unique and has incredible skills that they bring to make this company thrive. I strongly believe in the mission of supporting and providing quality care to the military, law enforcement and their families.
At JRM&A we lead with compassionate, trauma-informed therapeutic models that are personalized and solution-focused to help support our clients’ needs and attain their personal goals.
To learn more about trauma and how to move through Post Traumatic Growth, download our Post Traumatic Growth Road Map!
To schedule an appointment with us, call (650) 386-6753 or contact us https://joellerabowmaletis.com/contact-us/.