CONNECT WITH SARAH CALL 289.207.7864 or EMAIL SarahHelenEpp@gmail.com
Monday 1pm - 7:00pm
The office is located 48 Alliance Blvd., Unit A203, Barrie; ON L4M 5K3
*New clients welcome! Day and evening appointments available.
Tuesday 1pm - 8:30pm
Wednesday 1pm - 8:30pm
The office is located at 78 Main St, South in Newmarket; on the 2nd floor.
*Accepting new clients for in person & virtual sessions.
Mondays 12pm - 5:00pm
Fridays 11:30am - 6:30pm
Virtual sessions can be offered outside of these times, however they are limited to weekdays, and pending availability.
TALK THERAPY - offers connection and convenience. Virtual sessions work best in a private and uninterrupted space where one can express themselves freely. All virtual sessions are hosted via HIPPA compliant secure video.
ART THERAPY - Connect, create, and engage from the comfort of your space. Online art therapy sessions meet you where you're at, mixing talk and art making to identify your feelings, hopes, and needs. During the first session we will briefly discuss supplies based on your budget, interests, and needs; as well as storage considerations for art therapy works in the home.
Considerations for Virtual Sessions
All sessions are 50 minutes in length. Virtual sessions are $150 In person sessions are $160
All services are self-pay at the time of service. Cash, credit, and e-transfer are accepted. A receipt is issued upon payment.
Sarah Helen Epp, MA, MSW, RSW, RP
C: (289) 207-7864
*Sarah Helen Epp does not provide immediate crisis support
Please call 911 or 1-855-310-COPE (2673) if you are experiencing an emergency
A203 Alliance Blvd, Barrie, ON L4M 5K3
78 Main Street South, Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 3Y6, Canada
The land currently known as Newmarket is the traditional territories of the Wendat, Haudeno-saunee and the Anishinaabe peoples and the treaty land of the Williams Treaties First Nations. The Barrie office is located on the traditional territory of the Haudeno-saunee, Cree, Ojibway, Chippewa and Anishinaabe peoples. This territory is covered by the Robinson Treaties, Treaty 9, Upper Canada Treaties and the Williams Treaties of 1923.
This land also knowns as Turtle Island, has been inhabited by Indigenous peoples for thousands of years. I believe in the ongoing importance of listening, learning, and action taking to enhance self reflection and understanding of Indigenous history, culture, and peoples.
- Anatole France