Sarah has spent over 20 years working as a scientific editor, researcher and writer. She trained as an editor at The Lancet medical journal, specialising in health and human rights and global health. These interests led to her moving to work as a research advisor at Médecins sans Frontières (MSF), where she reviewed and co-authored research on medical humanitarianism and designed and managed research systems. She has a particular interest in medical and research ethics and a passion for helping authors and researchers to determine the stories that they are truly interested in telling through their research. Around 10 years ago, she started training as a therapist, realising that she wished to work more directly in helping individuals to understand their own stories. She now works in private practice.