Sarah’s long-standing interest in psychology and the human brain led her to study at Bristol University for a BSc in experimental psychology. After clinical roles in the NHS at an eating disorders hospital and a drug rehabilitation centre, she then moved to University College London in 2009 for her MSc in health psychology. This was followed by five years working as a research psychologist focusing on medicine decision making, health attitudes / behaviour and organisational health.
In 2015 Sarah decided to return to the practical application of psychology through business psychology and joined Nicholson McBride Fisher. Sarah’s primary interests are health and wellbeing at work and ways these can improve productivity and engagement.
Sarah has worked in London, UK and Lisbon, Portugal.
BSc Experimental Psychology (Bristol); MSc Health Psychology (UCL); Myers-Briggs training and qualified coach