About

Sarah-Jane works with individuals and groups identifying
and integrating what really matters and anchoring that in everyday life. She has thirty years of experience inspiring people to take a stand for the quality of their daily lives and that of their organisations, communities and families. She supports and encourages life sustaining environments within which new options, possibilities and innovations can emerge.

Working with individuals, Sarah-Jane is an insightful guide inviting people off their well-worn paths. In open spaces new connections to a future that’s calling are more readily sensed. Her areas of expertise include personal and professional transitions, leadership development, and business start-up mentoring.

Working with groups, Sarah-Jane designs and delivers workshops and retreats.
These include; leadership development, re-defining success, and business start-up programmes. Sarah-Jane also runs workshops using archetypes and myth as the doorway to increased creativity and imagination as everyday resources.

Working with organisations, Sarah-Jane consults and collaborates on projects and initiatives with other organisational development practitioners in situ, at conferences and in the facilitation of group processes to develop capacity and increase effectiveness and access untapped resources.

Sarah-Jane’s background and training includes, The Coaches Training Institute’s Advanced Co-Active Coaching Programme in the US, Counselling Certificate from the University of London’s Birkbeck College, The Symbols Way with Barbara Cecil of The Ashland Institute and Systemic Coaching and Constellations jointly certified by the ICF and The Centre for Systemic Constellations (UK). Sarah-Jane is also trained and experienced in Dr M. Scott Peck’s Community Building Model and a graduate of The Community Facilitation Program. An experienced Open Space Technology facilitator and catalyst for change, Sarah-Jane has deeply integrated skills to support and encourage nurturing environments where innovation can safely take place.