As a qualified and experienced counsellor, Sarah has worked with women dealing with gender-specific issues connected to finding personal and professional fulfilment, work/life balance and living apart from their children, for over ten years. She has a Masters Degree in Policy Studies, focusing on working women, motherhood and social policy. Drawing on her professional studies and her own personal experience of living apart from her child she offers a unique and pragmatic approach to supporting women who find themselves, for whatever reason, living apart from their children.
Read Sarah's article Mother's who walk out - the last taboo?' on The Telegraph's website.