About Sarah

I used to be like you. I was depressed for many years but I didn’t know what to do about it. I went to see therapists who sat there blankly while I cried. I left and cried some more, wondering what was wrong with me. I felt so bad about myself that I would simply stay in bed and try to sleep most of the day away. I was unhappy in relationships because I either chose people who didn’t treat me well or I sabotaged relationships with people who did. I knew I needed help, but I couldn’t find it. I read books, I tried to eat better and to exercise. I was frustrated because I was willing to change but I just couldn’t work out what was needed.
When I started training as a therapist, I finally began to understand why I was depressed, how our environment and experiences affect us. I began to feel less crazy because there were reasons I felt the way I did and there were other people who understood how I felt because they had been through similar things. This helped me to feel less alone and ashamed.
Now I help people understand the impact their experiences have had on them and what to do next. I no longer live my life under a black cloud. When I am struggling I am able to ask the right people for support. I don't hate myself, I don't expect perfection and my inner voice is (mostly!) helpful and calm. I would love to help you do the same! 
I specialise in CPTSD and working with clients from dysfunctional or chaotic backgrounds. I help survivors of childhood abuse and trauma feel better about themselves. 



Sarah's Rates


£105.00 (Individual)

Get to Know Sarah

Why did you choose to become a therapist?

I suffered from depression from about 15 and had several therapists before I found the right one. I knew that once I had helped myself I wanted to help others feel better about themselves and use what I had learned to help people reach their full potential.

Why do you think integrative therapy is the most effective form of therapy?

I trained in the type of therapy that helped me the most, I had 4 different therapists before my psychotherapy training. The type of therapy that I do takes into account your upbringing and the environment in which you grew up. You will learn about the subconscious rules that you learned as a young child and whether they are still relevant to you today.

How would you describe your therapy session & approach?

I'm not the kind of therapist who listens and nods. I ask questions, give feedback and am happy for you to ask me what I'm thinking, feeling or why we're going in a particular direction. I'll help you to explore your issues, understand the impact they've had on you and make the necessary changes to get the results you want.

What are your Top 3 professional achievements so far?

I'm a UKCP registered level 7 psychotherapist with 10 years experience helping clients to feel better about themselves.