Sarah Harry (she/her)
TeleHealth Sessions Available
Most insurance can be used. Contact Sarah with any questions or to schedule a session at 612-812-4347.
Success is not final, failure is not fatal:
it is the courage to continue that counts.
The Story of Courage & Grace
Welcome to my private practice Courage & Grace Counseling, LLC. It takes courage to make changes and work towards growth and healing. I believe we are all brave and courage exists in this work. The opposite of shame is grace. In finding truth and self-compassion clients may find courage and grace. This is the space where growth and healing can begin.
Honoring Your Story
I join my clients where they are in their story with caring knowledge that they are doing the best they can. Everyone has different experiences, challenges, needs and wants. I honor their individual story with dignity and respect, knowing that it takes bravery to seek help and work with a professional within a therapeutic relationship.
The Focus of Your Story
- Conflict Resolution
- DBT Skills | Depression
- Emotional Regulation
- Eating Disorders
- Grief and Loss
- Healthy Boundaries
- LGBTQIA+ and GNC
- Life Transitions
- Parenting and Co-parenting
- Parent Coaching
- Relationship, Marriage and Divorce
- Self Esteem
Sarah is DBT Trained and Trans-friendly.
A Bit of My Story
I provide counseling to children (11 years and older), adolescents, individuals, couples and families. I deeply value the relationship process, and join clients in their story with no judgment and an open mind. Trust and relationship are earned, and I honor this in my professional and personal settings. I believe people are doing the best they can, and that working with a counselor can broaden their outcomes. I acknowledge that coming to counseling takes bravery and that courage exists in this work, and oftentimes is present during the session. I value the process of exploring life’s challenges together and I am honored to work within your story.
A Story of Community
Having lived my entire life in the NW Suburbs of Minnesota has given me great appreciation for the importance of community. I am fully rooted here and I bring passion and care to my involvement. My counseling office serves people from Rogers and surrounding cities (Albertville, Buffalo, Elk River, Maple Grove, Monticello, Nowthen, Osseo, Otsego, Plymouth, Ramsey, St. Michael, and Zimmerman). I have worked as a school-based therapist for District 728. I also work on District 279 Risk and Emergency Management Advisory Committee. And I am very proud to be the Legislative Liaison Board Chair for Minnesota Counseling Association. I believe that supporting, connecting and engaging with our community impacts who we are—we all do better when we all do better.