Sandy Sala is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over thirteen years of experience providing mental health services in a variety of settings. She earned her Master of Arts degree in Counseling in 2003 and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology in 1995, both from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.
Sandy works with adults of all ages, adolescents, couples, and families. Her easygoing and open style helps clients quickly feel welcome and at ease. She collaborates with clients and utilizes strategies grounded in evidence-based approaches from cognitive, behavioral, dialectical, or motivational orientations to assist her clients with making the changes they desire. Sandy has a broad base of experience that includes issues such as anxiety, depression, mood instability, grief and loss, trauma, stress management, gender identity, relationship concerns, and women’s issues.
Michigan was Sandy’s home state before she relocated to North Carolina in 2011 for a milder climate. She enjoys spending time in nature, walking at local greenways and parks, and doing amateur photography. She loves animals and is currently a pet parent to one furry friend.