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She specializes in the intersection of sexuality, mental
health, and technology. She began her
career assessing and treating clients with sexual offending behaviors and then
transitioned into working with clients who struggle with severe manifestations
of behavioral addictions. She currently
works at Gentle Path at the Meadows where she assists clients in developing
boundaries around a multitude of co-occurring compulsive and addictive
behaviors. She has spoken nationally and
provided a number of trainings to clinicians around video games and their
various potentials for influence on mental health. Dr. Sarr is also a certified
biofeedback practitioner and helps clients explore the use of technological
interfaces as a means to healing
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