Dr. Sarah Skelton

Dr. Sarah Skelton has served in the United States National Guard for over 12 years and is still currently serving. She is a Behavioral Health Technician and regularly conducts trainings, provides consultation, and conducts assessments on suicide prevention and intervention, PTSD/PTS and TBI, Sexual Assault, drug and alcohol abuse, resiliency and overall wellness with soldiers still currently serving. She is a combat veteran and provided behavioral health care to 2,500 soldiers in Kuwait and Iraq. She regularly presents at national conferences to further knowledge of best practices with student veterans. She specialized in working with student veterans on campus. Dr. Skelton brings her experiences of working with active duty, military inpatient, veterans and families of services members to the University Counseling Center. She obtained her doctoral degree in clinical psychology in Honolulu HI at the Hawaii School of Professional Psychology and completed her internship at Stanford University.