Sarah Hubbard

Sarah Hubbard

Couples, Family and Systemic Psychotherapist


Sarah is a registered member of the UK Council for psychotherapy (UKCP) as a qualified Family & Systemic Psychotherapist and also a trained Mindfulness teacher.

Sarah has worked therapeutically with couples and family subsets within a Specialist Family Eating Disorder Service and independently. She has a wealth of experience working with individuals, couples and families within the LGBTQI+ community.

She has vast experience of working with couples and individuals in different settings, contexts, ages and life stages; whether in a relationship or separating; whether parents or not, working with diverse constellations of families and relationships, working inclusively, holding positions other than heteronormative and gender normative in mind.

Sarah’s 25 years’ plus, experience working in Local Authority and NHS settings has given her a huge amount of exposure to a range of complex situations such as child and adult trauma, acute and chronic mental and physical health.

Her therapeutic style is relational, compassionate, and collaborative to ensure people coming to therapy feel they are influencing the way we are working. She is keen to create a secure base to begin therapy and to help people feel safe and comfortable.

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I am  a qualified Family & Systemic Psychotherapist and  also a trained Mindfulness teacher.

Family and Systemic Psychotherapy is a therapeutic approach offering a range of psychological interventions for individuals, couples, and families, designed to help people make changes in their thinking, patterns of behaviour, and understandings; to relieve distress, improve the quality of their important relationships, and make positive changes in their lives.  Fundamentally having a strong sense of social justice and equality is at the heart of my ethics and practice.

I pursue approaches, methods and techniques that fit  families, individuals and couples whilst making me accountable in delivery, coherence and helpfulness, using a kind, compassionate, non-judgemental and anti-oppressive stances that prompt continued feedback and self-reflexivity.  With this in mind I like to integrate a few minutes of guided mindfulness meditation at the beginning and end of the session.  This can help ground and enable people to be aware of how they are feeling and thinking before and after , in order to note any differences if any.

Most recently and currently, I work therapeutically with couples both in my work within a Specialist Family Eating Disorder Service as well as independently, working with whole family system, subsets and individuals over the course of treatment/family therapy.

My clinical work is orientated towards developing effective therapeutic engagement with high risk young people, from diverse backgrounds, all of whom are experiencing moderate to severe mental health difficulties and complex bio-psycho social challenges.

I can help with issues such as:

  • Therapeutic support for families, couples and individuals dealing with eating disorders
  • Neurodiversity,
  • Trauma and attachment.
  • Bereavement and loss.
  • Uncertain times in relation to health and diagnoses,
  • Conflict, stress and communication,
  • Supporting family members through parental divorce and separation, facilitating and supporting the process of parental shared care,
  • Understanding experiences of discrimination, social isolation and marginalisation.
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