Get to Know Sara 

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Sara Hirsz was born in Venezuela and moved to the United States in 1999. She is a bilingual (Spanish/English) therapist who has been working in the mental health field for over 15 years helping various populations including children and adolescents suffering from neurodevelopmental disorders, mood and behavioral disorders. She has also served the Hispanic community in the Las Vegas community for over five years. Sara has practiced in a variety of setting including inpatient and outpatient settings since 2005 working primarily with children, and adolescents.


Currently, she provides mental health services with the geriatric population in addition to children, adolescents, and adults specializing in mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, behavioral disorders, self-harm, ADHD, emotional regulation, stress management, trauma/abuse, parenting, relationship issues, suicide assessment and prevention, self-esteem and self-image problems.


Sara provides services to individuals and groups using an eclectic approach while implementing a blend of Cognitive Behavioral, Client centered, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused, Reality Based, and psychoeducation to individuals ages eight to adults.


Sara Hirz, CPC-I



Sara earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2005 from the University of Florida and her master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in clinical counseling from Capella University in 2018.

Sara is a State Licensed Intern and is currently accruing hours towards her full licensure.

Sara Believes...

Sara believes that everyone has a fighting chance towards healing, finding a life purpose and true happiness in their lives. The challenge is looking inward and believing that this can be possible despite life challenges, traumas, and past mistakes. As Jon Kabat-Zinn states, “No matter what diagnosis you come with or what’s wrong with you, there is more right with you than wrong with you no matter what is wrong with you.”  Therefore, no matter what one believes is “wrong,” our focus is on discovering what is right, allowing us to break free from suffering and despair.