Savannah Zumbro, LMSW completed her Master of Social Work with a concentration in Children, Adolescents, and Families through the University of Alabama and graduated in May of 2021. She received her bachelor’s degree in Family and Human Services from John Brown University. Savannah has had experience working with community members of NWA as a liaison with non-profit community resources. She is excited to continue growing in her education and expanding her skill set as she shifts her focus now to counseling and therapy.
Savannah’s desire for individuals to feel welcomed and heard demonstrates her passion for others in the community. She hopes to bring a therapeutic approach that not only allows individuals to share their pain and difficulties, but to laugh, to learn, and to grow as well. She is excited to work with children, adolescents, and young adults, but also has experience working with adults and families. Savannah understands the importance of collaborative care and is happy to work with teachers, doctors, and other community professionals to ensure individuals receive holistic care when desired.
In her free time, Savannah enjoys reading, sharing meals with friends, baking sweets, and walking with her husband and dog.