Sabrina Hickel (LPC, NCC) has worked at Covenant for 10 years, following her graduation from the program in 2007 and shorts stints working in politics and public relations. She joined Covenant’s staff as a Counseling Assistant in 2007, before becoming the Counseling Administrator in 2011 (under founding program director, Dr. Richard Winter) and then the Associate Dean of Counseling (under Interim Director Dr. Dan Zink in 2017). Sabrina currently teaches one of the 5 sections of the program’s year-long Internship Class and oversees the practicum and internship matches and placements for all students in the program.
Sabrina has been a licensed professional counselor since 2012 and sees clients through her private practice, SRH Counseling. She works primarily with women facing depression, anxiety, life transitions, motherhood and sexual brokenness, as well as with marriages affected by fear, broken trust, past wounds and sexual brokenness. The focus of her work with all clients is helping them transform their scars, ruptures and hurts into serenity, restoration and healing.
Sabrina and her husband, Doug, have three children, a garage full of bikes, one crazy dog, a minivan they swore they’d never own, a family game night appointment every Friday, and a weekly, mid-week lunch appointment for post-game night debriefs and victory strategizing sessions (where their definition of a parent victory is maximizing laughter, family memories, and on-time departures for bedtime).