Hi, I’m Sarah. I help people who want more than just an "ok" life to reconnect with what makes their heart sing and do what they'd started to think impossible - even though they may be a bit cynical about the world of life coaching and personal development.
I do this because I know how off-putting certain styles of coaching can be if they're not your thing (you won't find any "Positive Vibes Only!" with this coach) – along with the fact that there are, unfortunately, downright charlatans in the business. I also know how frustrating it is when you've taken steps to try to improve your life but what you've tried hasn't worked, resulting in you feeling increasingly cynical.
I thrive on helping others overcome problems so they can succeed. I have experience working in various sectors, including Tech, Healthcare and Education. My decision to train as a coach was made after my own experience of coaching helped me to achieve things I'd never thought possible after developing chronic pain and fatigue as a result of Ehlers-Danlos Hypermobility Syndrome, a hereditary connective-tissue disorder. The sense of reconnection to myself as a result of these achievements was so profound that I knew I wanted to put my psychological background to use to help others feel the same.
I also have lived experience as a woman with ADHD (and all the fun stuff that comes with it!) and am keen to support those who consider themselves neurodivergent.
Accredited Certificate in Group Coaching and Facilitation, Animas School for Coaching.
MSc Psychology, University of East London
BSc (hons) Internet Computing, University of Westminster
Graduate Member (MBPsS) of the British Psychological Society
Associate Member (AssocMISCP) of the International Society for Coaching Psychology
Nearly 2 decades of experience in supporting others to succeed
"I will never try to sell you a 'secret sauce' or tell you 'positive vibes only!'."