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Sarah Rosenthal approaches her teaching at Champlain in the same way she approaches her art- with creativity and passion. Her love for drawing and painting also comes into play in her work as a psychotherapist with children and youth. She has a strong commitment to help children recover from trauma and adversity in their early lives.
As an instructor, she brings her clinical knowledge to the classroom as she furthers her students' learning about human development. In particular, students tell us that she inspires them to want to be better people- to want to work for a better and more just world. What she finds rewarding about teaching is watching students develop a deeper and more complex understanding of the world around them. Those students who take a hands-on and proactive approach do the best in her classes.
Aside from her teaching and clinical practice, she recently completed a collaborative documentary film called Belonging: From Foster Care to Family, which highlights the importance of permanent families for youth in foster care.