About Us

COVENANT WAY

Dr. Sarah Williams

holds a Ph.D. in Education from Capella University, a Master of Science in Counseling from Liberty University, and Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Florida A&M University

Licensure and Credentialing

Dr. Sarah is Licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Health Professions as a Professional Counselor

She is also Board Certified as a National Certified Counselor with National Board of Certified Counselors 

In addition, Dr. Sarah has earned Employee  Assistance Clinical designation with Employee Assistance Professionals Association. Further, Dr. Sarah has completed specialized training and certifications in Grief, Stress, and Trauma.

Dr. Sarah has also completed and published Doctoral Dissertation “Understanding the experiences of women, graduate student stress and lack of marital social support a mixed method inquiry”.

Community Involvement

Dr. Sarah is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, American Association of University Women (AAUW), Jack and Jill Club of America, Tidewater Chapter of EAP Professionals, Board Member for several local charities and not-for-profit agencies, as well as an ongoing advocate for individuals with disabilities.

WE ALSO OFFER TELETHERAPHY

To meet the needs of clients that are busy with careers, family, or travel Covenant Way Clinical Counseling offers Teletherapy as an option for counseling. Some of the frequently asked questions include:

What is Teletherapy?
Teletherapy is providing therapy through a live video connection, over the internet. You provide the same treatment as you would in person, it’s just done through a computer! If you’ve ever used Skype on your computer or FaceTime on your iPhone, you’ve used the same type of technology Teletherapy uses.
Will my insurance or EAP cover Teletherapy? most plans consider Teletherapy as reimbursable. Although most companies embrace Teletherapy, it is important to verify with your insurance company so that you are aware of any additional charges or uncovered expenses. 
How long are the sessions? A Treatment Plan is developed for you the same as if you attended a session in our office. The length of the session will depend upon your individual Plan of Care. 
When is Teletherapy not appropriate? If you are suicidal or experiencing a mental health crisis Teletherapy is not appropriate. 
What hours/days is Teletherapy available? Sessions scheduled for Teletherapy are available as early as 7 am or as late as 9 pm Monday-Saturday depending upon the availability of staff. 
How can I request an appointment? To make an appointment please click here.