Information on the administration and evaluation of the suicide prevention training programs.
Sarah Kohlstedt, PhD
"It is an amazingly enriching experience to work with the students at UW-Madison," says Kohlstedt. "I am particularly interested in their journeys of identity exploration and relationship development." Kohlstedt sees that students become more curious and engage more fully with the expanding world around them, they face some of the most exciting, as well as most challenging, times. "I enjoy working with students to address both acute and long-term struggles, with the aim of cultivating deeper awareness of themselves, more empathy and compassion for others, and greater comfort and ease in their lives."
Sarah's professional interests include relational and contemporary approaches to psychodynamic therapy; group therapy; sport psychology; mindfulness-based approaches to health and wellness; identity development; eating disorders; alcohol and other drug abuse; grief and loss; and supervision and training.