Anne Sabagh is a Certified Life Coach who specializes in working with highly sensitive people and individuals with special needs, such as those on the autism spectrum. Anne is a highly sensitive person and on the autism spectrum herself and understands first-hand what it feels like when the world feels overwhelming. She seeks to help her clients thrive despite this overwhelm.
Life coaching works with all aspects relating to a person’s life. This includes, but is not limited to, their relationships, career, health and well-being. Some reasons people seek to work with a life coach are to help build self confidence, work on time management and work/life balance, assistance with one’s career, improving relationships, and interpersonal and communication skills just to name a few. Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential and helps them to achieve their goals through the development and execution of action plans.
Anne feels called to work with others to help them navigate the feelings that come up due to their heightened sensitivity, create their best lives, and recognize their sensitivity as a gift that they bring to the world. She has a direct and engaging approach to working with clients, and helps them stay positive, focused and uplifted. She helps each client realize that the answers that provide the means for them to reach their goals are already inside of them. Anne asks her clients what they would like to achieve by the end of each 1-hour session and works with them to help create an action plan to achieve their goals, building in accountability and ways to navigate obstacles that may come up.
Anne obtained her life coaching certification through the World Coach Institute and abides by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) code of ethics.
She looks forward to working with you to help you create your best life, achieve your goals, and see your sensitivity or any special needs you have, despite their challenges, as a gift.
Dedicated to excellence in psychological and psychiatric practice, Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services (APPS) offers a wide array of diagnostic, psychotherapy, medication and consultation services for children, adolescents, adults and families. APPS is the premier clinical psychology and psychiatry practice in Loudoun County and serves several areas in Northern Virginia, including Ashburn, Leesburg, Purcellville, Great Falls, Lansdowne, McLean, Herndon, Fairfax, Middleburg, Reston and Sterling.
For decades, ACS has been dedicated to hiring and training quality clinicians to serve patients of all ages, backgrounds, and behavioral health needs. Our highly skilled clinicians are experienced in modern, state-of-the-art diagnostic, therapeutic, and counseling techniques. ACS clinicians collaborate with other professionals, such as primary care physicians, lawyers, and teachers, as needed, to coordinate services and advocate for you and your family.
Aveanna’s ABA services provide children with the strategies and skills necessary to maximize their individual potential, achieve meaningful outcomes, and reach their goals to the greatest extent possible. These services also provide parents with useful strategies and techniques to support their child’s progress towards meeting developmental milestones in communication and behavior throughout their lifetime.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist (& Parent of adult children with disabilities)
Psychotherapy, Parent Support, Interpretation of Assessments
I provide therapeutic and counseling support to families of children with disabilities who use my help to get the services from schools that their children need to be successful. I’m the Clinical Psychology Supervisor of the George Mason LIFE program, a college experience for young adults with developmental disabilities.