Sophie Sabbage Saying what needs saying to shift what needs shifting

“By drawing directly and unguardedly on her inner experience, Sophie has a rare ability to draw an audience or reader into the present moment. She is a master of language, which she deploys with laser precision to captivate, motivate and inspire.”Rob Daly, Founder of Yes To Life cancer charity
Sunday Times bestseller author of two life-transforming books. Thirty years delivering deep transformation to thousands of individuals. Twenty years helping leading brands respond creatively to changing winds. Five years transforming a terminal cancer diagnosis into the most productive and vibrant years of her life.

A familiar personality following the stunning success of her first book, The Cancer Whisperer, which placed Sophie on a global stage as an authority on how to thrive in adversity. She has since made numerous media appearances, become an internationally recognised author, created a new narrative about cancer and built a speaking business. She has also been to the north and south poles of her psyche in order to stay alive. Eloquent, congruent, boldly truthful and gifted at reading people, Sophie gives vastly overused words like ‘authenticity’ and ‘transformation’ power and credibility. She is a mindset alchemist who sees what needs seeing, says what needs saying and shifts what needs shifting. She also has a reputation for expressing what other people experience but are unable or too afraid to say.


For anyone seeking emotional support with cancer, you will find it in that section of the navigation bar and how to follow her on social media is on the footer of this site. This includes a closed Facebook group for cancer patients. If you are interested in Sophie’s books or want to attend one of her public events, just go to those sections on this site. If you want to book Sophie for a talk or masterclass go to


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Sophie’s recent TEDx Talk: “How grief can help us win when we lose”


A new website is in the works as Sophie launches a new business and approaches her five-year cancerversary.