Sara Babb
Mental Health Professional
Midlothian, Virginia
12 years of experience
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About me

I’m a therapist--- but I’m also a partner and momma to a sassy 4 year old and many fur babies. When I’m not working or parenting, I’m usually found outside with my horse, in my garden, or in a hammock or a swing. I have been honored to work with exclusively with parents for the last several years in my work as an outpatient therapist. I love being able to help people through this really dynamic and growing season in their lives.


Masters in Social Work (2014)

Certification and training

PSI/2020 Mom Certificate Program (2020)

Advanced Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders Training: Practical Techniques and Tools to Use in Private Therapy Settings (2020)

Anxiety Anxiety and Depression Attachment problems Birth Trauma Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Evidence-Based Therapy Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy Grief and Loss Grief Counseling Infidelity and Trust Issues LGBTQ+ Mental Health Mindfulness Panic Pelvic Pain Perinatal and Infant Loss Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Perinatal Mood Disorders Positive Thinking Postpartum Adjustment Postpartum Depression Postpartum Life Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Preconception Pregnancy Complications Pregnancy Loss Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum Therapy Psychodynamic Approaches Psychotherapy Recurrent Miscarriages Relationship Issues Reproductive Mental Health Safety Self-Compassion Self-Esteem Solution Focused Therapy Strengths-Based Therapy Stress Management Support in Pregnancy Loss Telehealth Trauma Recovery Violence


Accepted insurances
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Cigna UnitedHealthcare
Service introduction

Maybe you’re hoping to get pregnant, are currently pregnant, recently postpartum, or maybe you’re a seasoned parent… and the parenting books didn’t prepare you for this. Maybe you are feeling like there are others out there that are struggling more or have experienced worse. Let me tell you something… YOU matter. Your struggle is important and I care about helping you through your challenges. It is okay to be struggling, and it is 100% okay to get help. My goal as a therapist is help you feel healthier, more connected, and more joyful in your parenting and life in general. I don’t offer any guarantees or gimmicks. What I do have is experience working with people that have also struggled sometime between getting ready to start a family and the rest of their life, skills to help you feel more connected to your own body, compassion for what you’re going through, and determination to help you meet your personal goals.

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