Prior to entering the field of medicine, Sarah taught yoga and general fitness classes for over five years. She holds a masters degree in mental health counseling. During medical school, Sarah was involved in a variety of on-campus activities and served her class as Wellness Coordinator and Mental Health Advocate.
Sarah continues to combine her expertise in traditional therapy, yoga, mindfulness, and physical health to provide unique and individualized services. Living in Coos Bay, Oregon, she practices finding her own balance between medical excellence and personal wellness. In her free time, Sarah enjoys hanging out with her children, drinking coffee, doing yoga, and tasting wine.
This often misses the opportunity to discover what the heart truly wants -- what lies at the core of our beings and generates energy and joy. The authentic self exists within each person. This self is resourceful and whole and, when allowed to flourish, creates a life of purpose. This self is often ignored due to conditioning that dictates that the rational mind should be making decisions.
I assist clients in discovering and empowering their true and authentic self. Through self-inquiry, reframing, and perspective shifting, my clients transition beyond the thoughts that limit them to find the heart that propels them to soar. My clients discover that the life they truly wish to live – one aligned with their values and filled with purpose – is achievable when they uncover what their heart has longed for all along.
Training and Certification
My Training: - Professional coaching training through Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) - Advanced training through the Physician Coaching Institute (PCI): 6-month rigorous training program accredited by International Coach Federation (ICF)
My Blog: - Mindful reflections of an emergency room physician: www.SarahRothWellness.com