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  • Sarah Craig
    Ph.D., PMH-C

    Dr. Sarah Craig received her Ph.D. in 2015 from the University of Arkansas. During her time in graduate school, she received federal funding to investigate the co-occurrence of traumatic event exposure and substance misuse, which highlights her dedication to bridging the gap between science and clinical practice. During her clinical internship, she received  specialized training and experience conducting evidence-based treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), including Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive-Processing Therapy.

    Dr. Craig relocated to New England in the summer of 2017 and joined the Geisel School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor. She participated in training medical residents in CBT while also providing direct clinical care to the Upper Valley community at Hanover Psychiatry. In addition, she has participated in training clinical psychology interns at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

    Since moving to the Upper Valley, Dr. Craig has developed a passion for extending her expertise in anxiety and mood disorders to the perinatal population. In January 2021, Dr. Craig completed a rigorous, internationally recognized, evidence-based training endeavor and became certified as a specialist in maternal mental health treatment by Postpartum Support International (PSI). She is also the current Chair of the Board for the New Hampshire Chapter of Postpartum Support International with the aspiration of bringing more widespread attention and resources to the needs of parents in our state.

    Dr. Craig works primarily with adults (ages 18 and older) with a variety of concerns that can present across the lifespan, but are frequently experienced during the perinatal period, including trauma/PTSD, substance use disorders, generalized anxiety, panic attacks, sleep problems, depression, and bipolar disorder.  She strongly believes in the value of a collaborative relationship with each client, striving to develop treatment approaches unique to everyone. The most rewarding aspect of her work is creating a safe, nonjudgmental environment where people can explore their inner experiences in new ways and learn strategies to manage the stressors of life. She believes that an important pillar to building a meaningful life is to foster experiences of belonging and to develop narratives that empower us to face challenges with self-efficacy.