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Meet the Associate Clinical Director of The Cove: Sarah Stoloff

Sarah Stoloff

Welcome to our Employee Spotlight series, where we take a moment to recognize the incredible individuals who drive the heartbeat of our organization. Our hope is to shine a light on the diverse talents, unique personalities, and wonderful achievements of the people who make up our treatment community. We invite you to get to know the faces behind Momentum's success stories and learn more about the people who make our workplace a vibrant and dynamic home. 


What do you enjoy most about working here?


My favorite thing about working at Momentum is the people and the environment it creates. The way relationships look as a staff and with clients is like a fun family that always comes together when things are difficult, too. Genuine connection and a desire to show up and support each other is not something you can manufacture or prescribe. I think the essence of Momentum breeds an environment where every client and employee plays a role in maintaining the deep felt connection and shared responsibility that allows our community to remain healthy, vibrant, and fun.


Can you share a memorable moment or achievement during your time at the company?


Opening Primary treatment (Dock) for The Cove and moving our Phase 2 clients (Anchor) into the beautiful new townhomes was a labor of love for all of us, including the clients. It has been so fun to watch the new Community Room become this warm, well-loved space and being able to celebrate client’s graduations from Dock to Anchor was something we couldn’t offer before. In that same vein, having a safe place for clients who are struggling to return to Dock if needed is also extremely comforting and is something I am proud allows us to really see clients through their entire process.


Outside of work, what are your hobbies or interests?


I’m a cellist and play in our local symphony and with a small ensemble at private events. It is my favorite creative outlet. I also love being at the beach (I am an avid seaglass collector, my collection is getting out of hand) and I love to travel. My next trip is to Portgual so I get to enjoy both of things at the same time!


If you could give one piece of advice to new employees, what would it be?


Use your team. Seriously, this is not the type of work that happens in a vacuum. Working with emerging adults is hard but it’s also really fun. It requires creativity and flexibility- embrace new ideas and share the load. It is so much more effective and manageable when working as a team (and that team includes our clients)!