My name is Sarah Coulson and it is my personal mission to raise awareness for women’s health conditions in the workplace. I believe that staff perform at their best when they feel seen, heard and understood and I know from personal experience that there are strategies managers can put in place to do this.


I have been helping women since 2008. I have a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Management and I have worked in management positions as a positive force of change, including supporting staff with their health needs at work.

While I have been on the management side, I also have 20 years of lived experience with Endometriosis and I went through my own menopause in my early 20s as a treatment for my endo.  So I know how it feels to have a health condition that is not easy to talk about. I know what it is like to feel like you cannot ask for support in case it affects your career progression. I also know that being open and in control of a condition like endometriosis at work will empower you to be more productive, improve your attendance and help other women as well.

We do not talk about women’s health enough. As a modern woman, it is easy to feel like you have to do it all and hard to admit that women's health conditions might be the thing holding you back from success. This is why I offer self-treatment programmes: 

Instead of having to rely on a manager noticing you are struggling, I teach how to see the signs for yourself. Once you understand how your health condition is impacting your performance, you can take proactive steps to make sure you are supported the right way.
  Plus, I run monthly Women's Health clinics - a simple Q&A webinar where you can ask any questions about your health, because I know from my own experiences how powerful it is to have reassurance and guidance from someone who understands what you're going through. 


Get in touch today if you are ready to provide meaningful support to women in your workplace. From the first phone call, we can talk about where you need help in your business, and work together to create a culture of understanding and openness.