Savannah Lippincott, LCSW received her Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Arkansas.
Savannah began her career serving the rural communities of Northwest Arkansas where her passion for supporting those enduring painful grief and loss began. She later served as an inpatient social worker in hospice care, guiding patients and families through the many barriers that arise from living with terminal illness.
Most recently, Savannah served as a bereavement counselor where she facilitated grief support groups, psycho-educational grief classes, and children’s grief workshops for the Northwest Arkansas community.
Savannah utilizes acceptance and commitment, cognitive behavioral, and solution-focused therapy techniques in treatment with her clients. She specializes in working with children and adults who suffer from anxiety, depression, and issues with major life transitions. She believes in empowering individuals and families with the proper tools to improve communication and understanding through the use of a non-judgmental space.
Savannah enjoys spending her free time on Lake Ouachita with her family and cheering on the Razorbacks.