Sabrina Cox is a licensed clinical social worker recognized by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. She earned her Master of Social Work from New York University in 2014, and as well as a Master’s in Psychology from Hunter College in 2010. Throughout her personal and professional life Sabrina has strived to improve the wellbeing of underserved and vulnerable populations, and incorporate social justice principles into her clinical work.
Sabrina has over a decade of experience helping people with moderate to serious mental illness from a diversity of backgrounds, including those with histories of trauma and addiction. She uses a strength-based, collaborative, trauma-informed clinical approach, and is an LGBTQIA+ affirming therapist. Sabrina’s work is shaped by anti-racist and feminist frameworks. She views her role as supporting the identities, resilience, and growth of her clients. In a safe and non-judgmental manner, Sabrina uses her clinical training and expertise to help clients connect to a sense of empowerment, face current challenges, and reflect on formative past experiences. She strongly believes that the skills and insights gained during therapy can help create healthy change and increase satisfaction in daily life.