An international perspective and approach
Originally from New Zealand, Sarah has been living and working in Paris for the last 15 years. Sarah coaches in both English, her native language, and French.
The particularity of her coaching is the international scope, as she draws her inspiration from all over the world and demonstrates a real understanding of cultural diversity.
Sarah holds a state recognised Masters degree in Professional Coaching from the Sorbonne University II Panthéon Assas Paris as well as a Masters degree in Communication and an undergraduate degree in linguistics from the Universities of Auckland and Melbourne in Australia.
Her multilingual and multicultural expertise has been continually honed through working as a consultant and trainer in international environments for over ten years.
Coaching from the World, in France
The need for coaches is massive.
And this especially in France, the most depressed high income country in the world and fifteenth overall according to the disability-adjusted life years (
Despite the difficulties around the definition of depression, and undoubtedly inexact reporting rates, the underlying trend indicator is telling. The French population needs coaches to awaken them to a more active type of therapy, one that holds them connected and responsible.