Completed her training at the London College of Classical Homeopathy and the South East College of Homeopathy in 2003.
Degree in English from the University of Sussex.
Gained a graduate diploma from the College of Law.
Completed legal training at London law firm Mishcon de Reya.
Worked at Mishcon de Reya as an assistant solicitor specialising in commercial litigation.
Joined BPP law school as a lecturer teaching criminal and civil litigation to prospective solicitors and barristers at postgraduate level. Became head of litigation on the legal practice course.
Sarah says: “I discovered homeopathy after becoming almost totally paralysed by multiple sclerosis and another related neurological condition in 1995-1996. Before I started seeing a homeopath at the age of 29, I was really depressed, on loads of conventional drugs, relying on a stair lift, carers and walking aids, and I really felt hopeless.
“Within six months, with my doctor’s consent, the homeopath I saw had helped me to wean myself off all the medications I’d been prescribed, and I was starting to feel stronger, both physically and emotionally. I realised that something so powerful and yet so gentle and natural was vitally important, so I decided then and there to make homeopathy my new career.”
Sarah practices in East Sussex.