For the past 17 years, Sarah has been sharing the joys and responsibilities of running a busy seasonal business with her husband and recognises the potential for conflict of interest within personal and professional spheres. Juggling various roles, recruiting, training, team-building and ensuring staff development in a short space of time whilst also treading the fine line between satisfying customers’ requirements and being overwhelmed by an increasingly demanding public. Born in the UK, she has lived in Germany and is now based in the Loire Valley, France.
Sarah is an expert at not being an expert. Not afraid to say “I don’t know…” and “let’s find out”, she has a natural curiosity and leans on latest research developments in neuroscience to explore how and why people behave in certain ways. With experience in working with allergies, phobias and illness, she firmly believes in a body-mind connection and importance of a healthy life-style and mindset. She is also comfortable working with groups to explore conflict, different ways of working, and helping a team to develop more sustainable working practices.
Like a chat with a good friend, where you feel comfortable enough to touch upon topics you might not talk about with anyone else. Sarah uses a range of techniques to ensure that any emergent change is coherent and integrated in the mind and body and, on the premise that we’re all human and we’ve all got different things that trigger unhelpful reactions, she creates a safe space for individuals and groups to explore relationships between self and others, and self with self. No judgement. No blame. Just curiosity. And sometimes a good push to get things going.
Certified Master Practitioner and Trainer in NLP; Certified Trainer in Clean Language France; Level 1 Facilitator in Systemic Modelling.
A bit like a garage mechanic. If something’s not working properly, or there’s a funny noise every now and again, let’s lift the bonnet and see what’s going on. Not sure what we’ll find, but we can’t fix it until we find out. It might be a little something, it might be a complete engine overhaul but whatever it is, we’ll sort it out.