Working to support HARP clients on a daily basis at HARP, Sarah is a kind, empathetic person, and someone to rely upon during challenging times. Sarah credits a diverse range of life experiences for her ability to communicate effectively with clients from all walks of life and at all stages of recovery. In a residential rehabilitation setting, Sarah is a warm and hospitable presence for clients in recovery.
Sarah is a single mother to two beautiful children, and she has spent many years juggling the responsibilities of motherhood alongside her career, in which she shone as one of Melbourne’s leading sales women in both the Real Estate and Motor industries.
An important part of the story of her life – Sarah has lived experience with substance use disorder. Sarah sought treatment at a residential rehabilitation facility, where she began working a recovery program, practising daily meditation, mindfulness and yoga. Sarah has found tranquillity and contentment in her life, which she credits to her recovery program, and believes that letting go of limiting belief systems is the key to uncovering the abundance, and the health & wellbeing that life can sustain. Possessed of a genuine care for others, Sarah has an innate ability to connect with people at all levels, and she carries with her the message of hope to those undertaking their own journey of recovery.
Sarah is well travelled, both overseas and throughout Australia, and she enjoys spending her spare time with her family, socializing with friends, doing yoga, walking, home decorating, fashion, nature, and antiques.
Sarah is currently pursuing further education in the field of mental health and addiction recovery.