Anca Sabo, LMFT
Anca is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary, graduating with an M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy. She brings a spiritually-integrated model of attachment to her work focusing on the crucial component of a secure bond to the formation of a solid, life-giving relationship. Her strength-based, interpersonal and collaborative style centers on using the familys resiliency, faith, and strengths to move them toward healthier relationships. Anca's specialties include grief/loss, divorce, affairs, illness, ruptured relationships/attachments, mental health issues such as anxiety and depression, and life/developmental transitions. Anca brings a warm, nurturing and non-threatening environment to her work, with the goal of seeing families, couples and individuals gain trust, faith, and hope for their healing journey.
Anca provides a unique multi-cultural perspective, as she is a first generation, multilingual Romanian-American. Her upbringing and her experiences have increased her cultural sensitivity as it relates to therapy. She also has teaching and mentoring experience, which has further strengthened her skills in working with families and adolescents. Anca launched a girls mentoring ministry in her local church that centered on providing spiritual and emotional guidance and mentorship to adolescent girls. This experience has enriched her therapy work, especially working with young girls struggling with depression, anxiety, identify, self worth, body image, and relationships.
Anca and her husband have been married since 2007 and have the privilege of sharing their lives with their four beautiful children Asher, Hannah, Hudson and Jedidiah.