An award winning coach, Sharon helps her clients around the world with a variety of challenges from low confidence and self-esteem, through to management of mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. She is also a writer, speaker and facilitator and in her spare time volunteers with The Black Dog Institute as a community presenter. Having been diagnosed with and treated for depression since 2003, Sharon was recently correctly re-diagnosed as having bipolar disorder. She is a passionate advocate for mental health awareness and a regular contributor to an award winning online magazine which is focused on bipolar disorder.
Following a holiday to Australia in 2000, Sharon decided it was where she wanted to build a future. After her move from England in 2002, she met and fell in love with a paragliding instructor and life changed when they discovered they were going to have a baby. They now live on the beautiful mid-north coast of NSW with their two children, a cat and a flurry of feathery chickens. She is passionate about personal growth, interior design, upcycling furniture and TV shows about zombies. In her spare time, Sharon loves to write children's short stories, foster sick animals, trawl vintage shops for unique items for her home and drink copious amounts of tea.
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