Sabrina Kehrer, B.A.

Sabrina Kehrer, B.A.

Free Family Telehealth Program Coordinator

Professional Biography

Sabrina Kehrer is the Clinical Coordinator for the Free Family Telehealth Program, a donor funded telehealth project, a program within the Mental health Interventions and Novel Therapeutics (MINT) Program at Florida International University (FIU). Prior to this position, she worked as a research assistant at MINT and as Program Coordinator for a DBT-A Program within MINT. 

Sabrina completed her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Psychology with a certificate in Conflict and Dispute Resolution at FIU. While earning her degree, she served as a Research Assistant at MINT and then proceeded to work as Program Coordinator for a Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for Adolescents (DBT-A) Program within MINT. Sabrina aims to continue her education in psychology and earn a Master of Science degree in Couple and Family Therapy and eventually become a couple’s therapist. Sabrina is interested in (1) the effects premarital counseling has on marital satisfaction and (2) identifying indicators that cause marital distress and treating it.