Sarah’s background was in Social Housing, Local Government Management and Strategy, prior to training as a Counsellor and qualifying in 2007. Initially working for the Connexions programme in Sydney and the Ku-ring-gai Youth Development Service, after returning to the UK, Sarah graduated from the Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling Children and Young People, the Diploma in Supervision and became and Accredited member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP). As well as working as a Counsellor and Supervisor in private practice, Sarah has been a school-based counsellor since 2015.

“For me, Supervision is a vital tool to help build resilience, gain new insights, process problems and crises, and find new learning opportunities. People are the most valuable resource in any organisation; so, supporting professionals to give their best and improve their own lives, mean that everyone will benefit, that is why Supervision and self-care are crucial. I aim to provide a judgement free, compassionate and (gently) challenging space, in which you can reflect upon your professional life, celebrate the things that have gone well and reflect on those that have not. The hope is you can go on to feel refreshed and focussed.  My approach to Supervision is relational and collaborative with each supervisee, so each session is individually created together and unique to you and your needs.”