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Sarah Baldwin Coaching


We care deeply about making healing work accessible.

Here at SBC inclusivity and accessibility are incredibly important to us. Mental health services and self help support are still inaccessible to many, especially those in marginalized groups. One of our missions at SBC is to make the work of trauma healing accessible.


The experience of trauma and the way it can have lasting effects on our lives is incredibly painful and oftentimes debilitating. 


It is exponentially harder for those in marginalized groups, those experiencing adverse poverty or financial hardship and those experiencing active danger. 


We care deeply about providing space in our programs for all people, that's why we provide scholarship opportunities for those who would not be able to access our programs without financial aid.


Before submitting your application, please read the You Make Sense information page, to ensure this is the right program for you.

Who can apply?

This semester of You Make Sense, we are accepting applications from equity deserving groups and those suffering financial hardships. 


Please submit the application form, online, by Tuesday, March 26th, 2024, 5pm PT

All successful applicants will be contacted via email by Sunday, March 31st (by end of day). Please note: Only those who are selected will be notified.


Please fill out this form by Tuesday, March 26th, 2024, 5pm PT

When will it be announced?

When is the deadline?

How to apply?

You Make Sense Scholarship Application


Our aim is to foster an environment in our paid programs and free community where everyone feels valued, supported and inspired. This includes providing opportunity and access for all people across differences of race, age, color, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, migratory status, disability/abilities, and socioeconomic background. 


How do we use your information?

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