Sarah is an enthusiastic, experienced facilitator, motivated to work with individuals to empower them to challenge themselves and implement best practice for a holistic whole family working approach. Sarah has spent the last 3 years developing, implementing, facilitating and managing a programme for domestic abuse perpetrators, challenging abusive behaviours, and empowering behaviour change, underpinned by cognitive behavioural therapy and motivational interviewing.
Sarah is committed to her own professional development, and has a BA (Hons) Criminology and is currently completing a qualification in management.
Currently working for a Regional Charity as a Training and Consultancy Coordinator, Sarah’s current role is to raise awareness, and train professionals on working with individuals who have caused sexual harm.
Sarah has 10 years experience, both paid and voluntary working within this sector, and has worked with a variety of individuals including, offenders, domestic abuse perpetrators, domestic abuse victims, young people, mental health and children who have witnessed domestic abuse. Designing person centred packages of support, developing training packages and managing high risk situations. Sarah style is relaxed, enjoyable, engaging and thought provoking.