Sarah McCoy Isaacs completed her Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling at Campbell University. She completed her practicums at Methodist University working with students in the Center for Personal Development and Oak City Psychology where she specialized in working with people with eating disorders and people who identify as LGBTQ+.

Sarah completed her undergraduate degree at North Carolina State University, majoring in psychology and minoring in both sociology and women’s studies. She then went to Campbell University Divinity School, completing her M. Div with a focus on liberation and feminist theologies. Having  an interest in and calling to work with people experiencing homelessness, she was the associate pastor at Love Wins in Raleigh, NC for two years when she saw a need for mental health care and began studying to be a counselor.

She is passionate about LGBTQ issues, self-advocacy and boundary work, and eating disorder recovery.

Sarah is a Raleigh native and cares deeply about the quality of life for all of those who live here, particularly those who often go unseen. She lives with her husband and son in Apex, NC with her pair of rescue kittens. She enjoys photography, travel and reading.