Sarah Lowry is a trained mental health counselor specializing in Drama Therapy and Somatic Experiencing®. Lowry currently serves as an individual and group clinician at Centerpoint Adolescent Treatment Services in South Burlington, Vermont, where she serves teenagers and their families, with a particular interest in the ways that individuals, families, and communities are informed by complex and intergenerational trauma. She also has a private practice in Northfield, Vt where she works with adults blending bodywork, psychotherapy, and Somatic Experiencing® to provide a body-based approach to healing trauma and chronic stress.
Lowry comes to this work with experience as a theater artist, a dancer, a community organizer, and a massage therapist. She has a wealth of arts-based experience, serving as a performer, director, producer, stage manager, and teacher. She was the co-founder of The Missoula Oblongata, with whom she collaborated on a wide range of projects that included community theater productions, full-scale national tours, and workshops with youth and adults of all ages on collaborative theater creation.
Lowry received her undergraduate degree from Haverford College in Pennsylvania and a master's degree in Drama Therapy from Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.