Savannah Couch, M.A., Intern
Savannah Couch recently received a Drama and Movement Therapy M.A. at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama: University of London. Savannah’s initial interest to work in mental health came from her passion for using dramatherapy as an intervention and tool for people with cognitive differences, such as autism spectrum disorder.
Savannah is currently pursuing a second master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northwestern University. Through this training, she will expand her skill set to help clients through more direct counseling methods. Savannah believes that integrating the indirect approaches of drama therapy with the more direct approaches of counseling can provide a more holistic approach for clients to express, explore, and process their emotions and experiences. Working under the direct supervision of Dr. Carla Carter, she will hone her skills in utilizing and combining these approaches to provide clients with the clinical therapeutic experience that best suits their individual needs.
Savannah is available Mondays. At this time, she can only see clients that are 18 years or older.
“We should not pretend to understand the world by only the intellect. The judgment of the intellect is only part of the truth.” -Carl Jung