Sara Pogue MSW, LICSW, received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Loyola University in Chicago and is in the process of earning her clinical license. She enjoys working with people of all ages including children, adolescents, adults, and families. She works from a holistic, strengths-based perspective and enjoys empowering clients to access their inner resources to promote healing and healthy living. Areas of special interest include trauma, depression, anxiety, adjustment, stage of life issues, cultural concerns, addiction, and abuse. Sara is certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy.


Speciality: trauma, depression, anxiety, adjustment, stage of life issues, cultural concerns, addiction, and abuse.

Education: Master’s Degree in Social Work from Loyola University in Chicago and is in the process of earning her clinical license.

The hearts at our clinic are heavy laden.  We grieve with the broken-hearted and recognize weariness from the pain around us.  We stand in corporate grief with the family of George Floyd, and all those who suffer due to the pain of historical trauma.  We stand in regret for our nation’s past and current division as we continue to battle racial bias.  We also acknowledge the psychological challenges faced by our first responders.  We offer an open and welcoming door for all those who are hurting and needing support.  The virus has taken a lot from us and now we are facing another significant challenge.  So, as we continue our work at LDR, our passion grows and our focus sets on caring for all people who seek our services. 
 
During this time of COVID, Life Development Resources is open to both existing and new clients via telehealth. Call us at 952-898-1133. As part of our commitment to the health and well-being to our staff, clients, and the larger community, our clinic continues to monitor local, state and federal agencies and are observing their recommendations. 
 
Please reach out to us if you could use support, healing, and hope. 
Together, we CAN make a difference.