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Sarah Swerdin, MS

Psychology Extern, Anxiety Disorders Center
Child Mind Institute

Sarah Swerdin, MS, is a psychology extern in the Anxiety Disorders Center at the Child Mind Institute. She is a fourth-year doctoral candidate in the school psychology program at St. John’s University, where she received her master’s in school psychology. Sarah has experience providing evidence-based treatments to children and adolescents with anxiety disorders, ADHD, and disruptive behavior disorders, as well as experience delivering behavior management interventions to parents. She has also conducted psychoeducational evaluations for children and young adults presenting with learning challenges and various social-emotional concerns.

Sarah has received training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), parent management training (PMT), and parent-child interaction therapy adapted for selective mutism (PCIT-SM). She has provided individual and group therapy in diverse settings, including schools and community mental health clinics. Sarah has also provided treatment of selective mutism as a counselor through the Brave Buddies intensive selective mutism program at the Child Mind Institute for the past three summers.

Clinically, Sarah is passionate about adapting evidence-based interventions to meet the strengths of children and their families. She strives to use a warm and caring approach to help children reach their goals and meet their fullest potential.


  • School Psychology Extern, East Rockaway School District
  • Student Clinician, St. John’s University Center for Psychological Services


  • BS, Psychology, Tulane University
  • MS, School Psychology, St. John’s University
  • PsyD, School Psychology, St. John’s University (expected 2026)