Meet Sabrina Biscardi

Meet Sabrina Biscardi

Sabrina Biscardi

Prior to getting into health and wellness, I worked as an international finance lawyer for over 18 years, the last 10 of which spent completing university degrees in health-related fields concomitantly to my job.  This gives me a unique perspective on high-stress environments and how they can impact on health and well-being as well as on what it takes to bring about change in your life, whether it be for health reasons or to live a more authentic life.

I have a BSc (Honours) degree in Herbal Medicine and undertook practical clinical experience at the Stratford Centre for Herbal Medicine and Whipps Cross Hospital in London. Since 2010, I have been training in Endobiogenic Medicine with French doctor Jean-Claude Lapraz. For more information on Endobiogenic Medicine click here.

In 2008, I received a degree in Psychosynthesis Counselling (a humanistic psychology model) and then trained for 2 additional years in Systemic/Family Constellations (to read more on Systemic/Family Constellations click here) with some of the foremost teachers in the UK and Germany. I have been facilitating constellations groups since 2008, and integrate counselling and constellations training into my practice of Herbal Medicine in order to offer patients a truly holistic approach to assessing and treating health and well-being issues, according to their individual needs.

I am currently undertaking further training in Functional Nutrition.  I am a member of the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (UK), a member awaiting accreditation of the UK Association for Humanistic Psychology Practitioners and am also fluent in French, Italian and Spanish.

My special interests include auto-immune illnesses and I am passionate about giving people the tools to help them take control of their health. Furthermore, my curiosity around traditional healing methods inspired a recent road trip of more than 12,500 kilometres within Western Europe researching existing European healing traditions and methods. I hope to bring some of this fascinating research into my practice and future publications.