Sarah Kuipers

Author, coach, and lecturer. Committed to helping you balance your own needs with the needs of others so you can become a Thriving Giver.

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When you thrive and give from a space of replenishment, your giving is sustainable.

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Helping you to become a Thriving Giver

If you work in health, social care or as an informal caregiver you may well be exhausted, stressed, or wondering how much longer you can keep going. Caring for others is demanding but with the added pressure of Covid-19, many people are at breaking point.

Now is the time to step back and restore balance. As a Thriving Giver you can give quality care to others without sacrificing your own health and wellbeing.
When we are running on empty, we are no longer able to give our best, and we risk burnout and all the associated problems.

Believe me, I know. I have been there, and I am passionate about my mission to stop it from happening to YOU.

Would you like to become a Thriving Giver and:

  • give yourself the same level of care as you give to others?
  • create a wide range of resources to de-stress, relax and re-charge?
  • do your professional role well and have the energy to enjoy your personal life?
  • give from a cup that is overflowing?

If so, I can support you to be the best caregiver you can be.

I understand this is your passion. I understand this is what you were called to do. I want you to enjoy it again.

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Get the help and support you deserve

Discover how to reduce stress, prevent burnout and learn to thrive.

My Book

My Book

The Thriving Giver: 7 principles for health professionals and caregivers to enhance self-care and prevent burnout” guides you step by step to master stress and create a balanced and nurturing life.
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My Services

My Services

I offer one-to-one coaching and training in stress management and burnout prevention. All my sessions are personalised to identify the root cause of any issues and to offer effective strategies that are easy to fit into a busy schedule.
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My Resources

My Resources

I am committed to helping health and social care professionals as well as other caregivers reduce stress and prevent burnout. This is why I offer an array of free resources for you to access in your own time and for your own self-care.
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Meet Sarah Kuipers

Experienced Health Professional and
Stress Management Specialist

For over 20 years, I have inspired and empowered clients to value themselves and develop effective resources to master stress, set clear boundaries and balance their lives.

Following my own experience of burnout, I completed a Masters in Research to study stress and burnout in health professionals. The 7 Principles presented in my book, The Thriving Giver bring together everything I have learnt, and have transformed the lives of numerous coaching clients, students and training participants.

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"Sarah’s gentle, competent and practical approach to life has enabled me to redress a lifetime of emotional stress and exhaustion. If it sounds too good to be true, try it yourself, you’ve got nothing to lose. But what you stand to gain is immeasurable.”
Penny Mostyn, MDKings College Hospital, London
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"Sarah is a gifted workshop leader, operating with patience, insight, humour, clarity and love."
Andrea Rogers
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"After trying for a long time to look after myself better after illness, Sarah managed to synthesise what I needed to do…[and]… has enabled me to make the transition back to work and to avoid problems in the future. If we can’t look after ourselves, how can we expect patients to look after themselves?"
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The Thriving Giver:

7 Principles for health professionals and caregivers to enhance self-care and prevent burnout.

Having transformed the lives of so many of my clients, I now offer you the opportunity to read my book and become a Thriving Giver.

Unearth the roots of poor self-care and create a personalized toolkit of simple, effective strategies to master stress and allow yourself to thrive, by following 7 key principles.

“A treasure chest where the reader can find abundant self-care methods”

Thomas Skovholt, Psychologist and Co-Author of The Resilient Practitioner

“I cannot recommend this book highly enough.”

Dr Sarah Eagger,
Consultant Psychiatrist

“This brilliant book… should be required reading for all caring professionals.”

Dr Jane Buckle PhD, former nurse and lecturer

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