Hope in the Hills Counseling Services, PLLC


107 S. Grand Ave Suite D, Pullman, WA 99163





Therapy Intervention Styles

Drawing upon theoretical frameworks from: Non-Violent Communication (Marshall Rosenberg) Self-Compassion (Kristin Neff and Brené Brown) Liberation Psychology (Ignacio Martín-Baró) and integrating empathy, emotional intelligence, strengths-based interventions, and learning skills to creatively manage distress.

Dr. Sarah A. Sevedge, Ph.D., LMHC has experience working with survivors of sexual and interpersonal violence, multi-generational trauma, adults with histories of childhood abuse and neglect, former prisoners of war, combat veterans and their dependents, and college-age populations. Sarah also has experience with clients of diverse racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds, and the LGBTQIA community.

Concerns Addressed

Anxiety disorders


Mood disorders

Chronic mental illness
Sexual violence

Domestic violence



LGBTQIA issues

Cultural issues


Stress and stress management


Relationship issues

Sarah has 13+ years of experience working in the mental health and related fields in rural communities in Eastern Washington. She has been a licensed mental health counselor in the state of Washington since 2012. She completed her MA in Community Counseling at Gonzaga University in 2010 and completed her PhD in Counseling Psychology at Washington State University in 2021. As a county designated mental health professional in Stevens, Lincoln, and Ferry counties, Sarah was extensively trained in providing mental health crisis services and evaluating for risk of danger to self, others, and grave disability. Sarah has also supervised the training of professionals who assessed for the presence of danger to self/others, child neglect, and child physical or sexual abuse. Sarah completed her MA practicum at the Veteran's Administration Healthcare for Homeless Veterans Program and PhD practicum in the university counseling centers at WSU and University of Idaho, including an APA-accredited doctoral internship at the University of Idaho in 2018.


Counseling and Mental Health