Sara Stockton, LMFT

Hello! My name is Sara Stockton and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Central New York and the President and Clinical Supervisor of Aisling Marriage and Family Therapy, PLLC. I am also a Professor in the Community & Human Services Department at SUNY Empire State College.

I graduated from Syracuse University with a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. There I began working with couples and individuals to restore their connections with themselves and their loved ones. I also gained a great deal of insight by working with couples and Veterans at the Vet Center. Furthermore, throughout my career I have been committed to providing healing and restoration to individuals, couples, families, and groups experiencing personal, relational, sexual, and psychological issues.

My theoretical approach is an integration of systematic, strategic, and narrative theories. I understand that therapy is a relational endeavor meant to offer people a place to come to know their inner lives and transform their relationships. Today, I am thrilled to be doing what I’m most passionate about – helping people to improve, understand, and enhance intimacy and desire. Exploring and discovering your sexual self can be accomplished with yourself and/or your partner. 

I care about your well-being and provide you all the tools you need in order to seize the day and learn how to tackle even the most traumatic circumstances.

Types of concerns Sara primarily works with: Anxiety/Depression, Couples, Sexual/Intimacy Issues, Spirituality, Sexual Trauma, Sexual Dysfunction (physical & emotional) Affairs, Self-Esteem, Family Restoration, Veterans (PTSD)


Lindsey Hobart, LMSW

My goal as a therapist is to provide my clients with a safe and confidential environment free of judgment where they can explore and overcome life’s challenges to reach their fullest potential. With a strong focus on the therapeutic relationship, I believe therapy should be a client-driven and collaborative process where the client feels heard, supported, and empowered as they work towards achieving their goals.

As part of Aisling Marriage and Family Therapy, I strive to meet individuals, couples, and families where they are at in the most literal sense, whether that be in my office, their homes, in the community, or via telehealth. 

The decision to begin therapy can be a difficult one, but mental wellness is possible. If you’re looking to take that first step, consider reaching out to see if this could be the right fit for you.