Are you tired of feeling exhausted, depleted, and in pain? Are you ready to make your health and happiness a priority once and for all? I help women with chronic illness get back in the driving seat of their lives again.
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I’m Sarah


I’m not a magician, but I’ve got a trick or two up my sleeve to help you start to live well with chronic illness. I’ve had the guilt, the anger, I felt the loss, got the battle scars but one thing I know for sure … having the right people in your corner makes all the difference. 

I got you. 


  Living with a chronic illness is wearing you down

 Stress and overwhelm is controlling your life

You are feel like your are stuck in a rut

 You’ve built a life, career and a family but feel like you’re holding on by a thread

 You feel like no one really one understands what your life is like

 You feel like you had your life planned out and now you don’t know what the future holds

 You just want to get back to being you again


  To be able to manage your symptoms effectively so that you can live your best life

→ Learn to live with the uncertainty of fluctuating symptoms or relapse

→ To feel in control of life again instead of it controlling you

→ Help people close to you understand the impact on you and how they can help

→ Improve your overall wellbeing

→ Get underneath the excuses and dig into the real stuff that’s holding you back


Positive mindset coaching for chronic illness 

Living with a chronic illness can make you feel isolated, worthless and even like your life is over.

When I was diagnosed I thought that I was the only one going through it. I was tired, in constant pain and thought that I would never be able to get my life back on track. Let alone be happy.

But, I am happy, I started to feel like me again. I began to add in the things that I loved to do to my days, to meet friends for a coffee, to take the kids to the park and to work again. I stopped letting my chronic pain and tiredness control me. 

I believe that you can have this too!

On my journey I found that there were four key things that changed the game for me and helped me get to where I am today. 

Surprisingly, they were not things that I found chasing doctor’s appointments, ordering more supplements and reaching for medication. 

I know how it feels, you just want to live so you often do too much and then pay for it later in terms of pain and fatigue. Slowly your symptoms have stopped you doing the things that you love so that you have the time and energy for the things you have to do.

When you stop to look at your life you wonder where YOU have gone in all of this and it you think about where you will be in 10 years time it scares you. 

I have built the four key pillars of acceptance, purpose, communication and management into a comprehensive 12 week programme that will fully support any medical plan that you are following.  So that you can get back in control of your health and happiness.

With YOU and YOUR mindset at the heart of everything that we do.

Get ready to love your life again and regain control of your health and happiness even with chronic illness in your life and Live Chronically Well.


1:1 Coaching packages for people with chronic illness & The Tribe private Facebook community

(workshops coming soon)

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Ready to work 1 on 1 with me and start living chronically well today?

Deciding that you are ready to strive toward your goals and change your life is one hell of a big deal. Lets take a little time to chat, to get to know each other, find out what you are hoping to get out of the coaching experience and make sure that working together feels like a great fit for both of us. 


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You are not alone…


 According to the department of health, fifteen million people in England have one or more long-term health conditions, and the number of people with multiple chronic illness’ is rising. These are conditions which cannot be cured in most cases, but which can have a major impact on people’s everyday lives.

Imagine if all these people had access to positive mindset / chronic illness coach to help them get to grips with the their condition.  Imagine a parent dealing with a diagnosis for their child, getting the support to mange their emotions and develop a positive mindset which will help to lessen the impact on the whole family. 

How amazing would that be?


According to Asthma UK’s 5.4 million people in the UK are currently receiving treatment for asthma.


About 1% of the population in the UK has RA – more than 400,000 people in the UK. It affects more women than men, roughly two to three times as many women.

Celiac & Gluten Intolerance

In the UK, an estimated 2 million people are living with a diagnosed food allergy, and 600,000 (1 in 100) with coeliac disease.

Charcot-Marie Tooth Disease

In the UK, it is estimated that approximately 25,000 people have CMT, making it the most common inherited neurological condition. It is rarely life-threatening, but often becomes slowly worse over the years. comes in many forms, some of which are more severe than others.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

It is estimated that 3 million people have COPD, of whom 2 million are undiagnosed. Prevalence increases with age and most people are not diagnosed until they are in their 50s.

Covid Long Haulers

An expert who developed the Covid-19 tracker app estimates there are almost 600,000 people in the UK suffering post- Covid syndrome.

Crohn’s Disease

More than 500,000 people suffer from Crohn’s disease; half of them women, and approximately 50% of patients are under 35 years of age at the time of diagnosis.


It is estimated that there are around 590,000 people in the UK who have diabetes but have not been diagnosed. This gives a UK average prevalence of 6.2% in adults. 10% of all people with diabetes have Type 1.

Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

The combined prevalence of all types of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome appears to be at least 1 in 5,000 individuals worldwide. The hypermobile and classical forms are most common; the hypermobile type may affect as many as 1 in 5,000 to 20,000 people, while the classical type probably occurs in 1 in 20,000 to 40,000 people.


It is thought to be more common that statistics report, since many people do not seek medical help, or are misdiagnosed. There may be around 1.5-2 million people in the UK with fibromyalgia.

Food Allergies

Between 3% and 4% people in the U.S. actually have a food allergy, or about 12 million people, and there are about 30,000 visits to the emergency room each year caused by food allergies.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

IBS most often affects people between the ages of 20 and 30 years and is twice as common in women as in men. Prevalence in the general population is estimated to be between 10% and 20%.


It is thought that currently up to 50,000 people in the UK have lupus, about 1 in 1000 people.

Multiple sclerosis

We estimate there are over 130,000 people with MS in the UK, and that nearly 7,000 people are newly diagnosed each year.

Myalgic Enchephomyelitis

it is estimated that a minimum of 125,000 people are living with ME/CFS in the UK.

Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome

The prevalence of POTS is currently unknown, with it currently estimated to be about 5-10 times as common as orthostatic hypotension in clinical practice. Some studies have indicated estimates as much as 170/100,000, but also based on the estimate that 40% of chronic fatigue patients have POTS.

Stomach Motility Disorders

A striking 2 out of 5 people will experience some kind of chronic motility disorder during the course of their life.  More severe motility disorders can affect as man y as 1 in 10 people.

Thyroid Disorders

The NHS estimates that one in 50 women live with an overactive thyroid gland or hyperthyroidism.  Women are also six times more likely to have an overactive thyroid gland than men. The prevalence of an underactive thyroid is 2% in the UK. An underactive thyroid is also ten times more common in women, but it can affect both genders.

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