About Sarah Price Hancock

Sarah Price Hancock, MS, CRC

I am a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with Masters of Science from San Diego State University’s Rehabilitation Counseling program and an advanced certificate in Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

I am an adjunct professor for San Diego State University’s Rehabilitation Counseling Program’s Concentration in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Track where I co-facilitate the following CACREP accredited classes:

  • ARP 601: Best Practices in Psychiatric Rehabilitation with Dr. Marjorie Olney (Fall 2014-2017)
  • ARP 608: Principles of Psychiatric Rehabilitation with Dr. Marjorie Olney (Spring 2015-2017)
  • ARP 740: Human Development [& Disability] (online) with Dr. Louise Stanger (Fall 2014) and Dr. Marjorie Olney (Summer 2015)
  • ARP 660 Theory and Practice of Counseling (online) with Dr. Marjorie Olney (Spring 2016)

I have lectured more than 60 times at ten San Diego universities for interdisciplinary programs on a variety of recovery topics. Programs for which I have lectured include: Community Psychiatry, Nursing, Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy,  and Social Work.

Having embarked on my own journey with schizoaffective disorder – bipolar type in the late 90’s, my personal recovery journey fuels my passion for teaching professionals, paraprofessionals, peers and families about recovery.

In addition to research and evidence-based best practices, I interweave personal experience through-out presentations, effectively providing an unique opportunity to help others recognize recovery is real and that with proper support, psychiatric recovery isn’t just possible — it’s probable. I am the evidence.

For a video highlighting my Recovery Journey, check out My Journey with Schizoaffective Disorder.

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