I feel very blessed that Sarah popped up in my life. She helped me go through my issues with guidance, care, empathy and real understanding. I don't think the last 3.5 years would have been the same without her. Even though we have finished our therapy for now, I have not said goodbye to her, as I know I will be back again at some point. I am feeling so much better however that I wonder when that will be. I know the door is always open for me to go back, so I feel safely held even when I am not in therapy with Sarah, somehow. I am truly grateful for my therapy with her.
I am so grateful for my meeting with Sarah, the work we did together really opened my eyes to a whole new perspective on things. I found her presence safe enough to explore difficult things of which I had no opinion on yet. Sarah modelled being human brilliantly and I treasure the insights she found and made for me. I feel more awake now in my life and more fulfilled in who I am and what I set out to do. I can safely say that I am a happier person as a result of my therapy.
I saw Sarah after my first two attempts at therapy failed. I chose her based on her extensive experience in private and NHS work covering the mental health and importantly, wellbeing, fields. I had a deep rooted emotional problem that was made worse by excessive alcohol use. Sarah challenged my behaviour in a very compassionate way. I credit her with stopping my problem with alcohol and then working through the causes of my unhappiness. Life will always be a work in progress but Sarah gave me valuable tools for the job. I no longer require weekly or monthly therapy because of "our" success. If you're in need of therapy it's important to have a qualified, understanding and effective therapist. Sarah is all of this and more.
Sarah has a unique skill of really allowing the person to find their own answers. Her presence with me was strong and it gave me the confidence to take control of things in my life which I felt incapable of doing on my own.
The support I received from Sarah during a very traumatic time in my life helped me get back on my feet to an extent I didn't think was possible.