Profile: Sarah has been involved in the care loop for twenty years and holds a variety of qualifications ranging from Health & SocialCare to an NNEB qualification in child care. Sarah has taken several law examinations and is currently in her third year of study working towards achieving her LLB (Honours) Law degree.
Sarah has also completed courses in foundation of law, Social Care Law of England and Wales, Business Law, Discipline & Grievance - Employment Law, Care and the Law at Cert Dip distinction level. She is also trained in CBT Therapy and is a member of BABCP, (the lead organisation for CBT in the UK).
Sarah routinely acts as a McKenzie Friend and Lay Advocate for parents and family members in the Legal and Welfare Service departments of the Men’s Aid Charity where she also advises on aspects of Domestic Abuse, Parental Alienation and in preparing welfare reports for Family Court.
Sarah is a Associated Member of the Charted Institute of Legal Executives and wishes to become a full member of the Institute and a Legal Executive on completion of her Law Degree.
She has a excellent range of complementing skills and is regularly complemented on her professional and supportive role.