Sarah graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Psychology and Abuse Studies in 2012, she then went on to complete her Master of Research in Psychology in 2013. Sarah worked as a Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner in the UK for eighteen months and completed a Post-Graduate Certificate in Psychological Therapies in 2014 before moving to Australia in April 2015. Sarah went on to work at both MUDRH in Gippsland and the Burnet Institute as a research assistant, focusing on rural mental health and illicit drug use projects. Sarah joined MCSHE in 2018 her research focused on enhancing the supervision of students and peers in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) workforce. Sarah continues to be involved in the DHHS clinical supervision project and also leads the Monash Realist Special Interest Group. In 2020 Sarah has also started her PhD with MCSHE which is looking at practitioner to educator transitions in the health and human services workforce: understanding practitioner to educator identities and roles.