In this conversation, life coach and arts therapist Sarah Speziali explores how coaching can make a difference when tackling the mental health crisis that we currently face worldwide.
Sarah’s work has an international scope and is diverse in the fields she operates in. Sarah delivers training for professionals, teachers, parents, and students on mental health awareness and wellbeing, host coaching and creativity retreats in Italy, and has a therapeutic and coaching private practice.
A part of her role as Chief Therapist at InsideOut she curates content and manages a team of 40+ coaches and therapists working on different time zones and in different languages to support employees’ mental health and wellbeing.
InsideOut is a tech startup that allows anyone to access therapy and coaching wherever they are through accessible tools via the InsideOut app.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Sarah hosts free and confidential support circles for employees on furlough, NHS staff, and individuals in order to strengthen the sense of solidarity and emotional resilience while facing this unprecedented time of change and uncertainty.
Sarah’s main area of interest is the power creativity has on the development of human potential. Finding links between different art forms, cultures, and approaches inspires her practice using creativity and dialogue as a key to unlock potential, invite self-expression, and enhance self-awareness.