Copywriter for health and wellness

ABOUT SARAH COOK ND 

Doctor Turned Copywriter

Sarah Cook, ND, is a naturopathic doctor turned content writer and copywriter. Since 2013, she has used words to help health and wellness practitioners build their authority online.

Combining the latest strategies in digital marketing, copywriting, and storytelling, Sarah will capture your message in a way that is marketable and memorable. Her copy will help you grow your tribe, make more money, and change more lives.

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StoryBrand Certified

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Certified Direct-Response Copywriting Specialist

Copywriting Specialist

Digital Marketer

Certified Digital Marketing Institute professional

Digital Marketing Certified

Digital Marketing Institute

University of the Sciences

Biomedical Writing

University of the Sciences

Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine

Naturopathic Doctorate

Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine

Washington University in St. Louis

Pre-Med Studies

Washington University

Doctor Turned Copywriter

Sarah Cook, ND, is a naturopathic doctor turned content writer and copywriter. Since 2013, she has used words to help health and wellness practitioners build their authority online.

Combining the latest strategies in digital marketing, copywriting, and storytelling, Sarah will capture your message in a way that is marketable and memorable. Her high-converting copy will help you grow your tribe, make more money, and change more lives.

StoryBrand Certified Guide Badge
Certified Direct-Response Copywriting Specialist
Certified Digital Marketing Institute professional
University of the Sciences
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine

“Because your medicine is too mighty for your marketing to be meek.”

My Story

I knew before ever graduating from naturopathic medical school that I didn’t want to be a doctor. But I wouldn’t admit it to anybody.

Not even myself.

I’d come so far. Studied long hours. Endured the cadaver lab. Made top grades. Laughed and cried and celebrated on clinical rotations. I couldn’t just quit.

So, I graduated. I even completed a residency and started a clinical practice.

But it never felt right. I carried a burden of responsibility for other people’s lives that would never lift. I worried nonstop and even panicked about my patients—on nights, weekends, and when out with friends. Those years in practice gave me so much compassion and admiration for those of you who commit your careers to caring for the health of others.

Changing my career path wasn’t easy or linear. I started teaching nutrition and even worked for $18 an hour at an integrative pharmacy.

That’s when I took a serious look at the things that had lit me up in my life…

Playing library as a kid. Winning a writing competition in middle school. Crafting a speech for my high-school graduation. Writing brochures and handouts and public talks when starting my practice.

The things that made me feel the fullest had always been about words.

 

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I had to become a writer.

That was seven years ago.

I’ve since written almost every type of content you can imagine.

  • Research guides
  • Journal articles
  • Expert interviews
  • Continuing medical education
  • Blogs
  • Social posts
  • Email campaigns
  • Website copy
  • Sales pages
  • Lead magnets
  • Branding guides

 

Today, I focus on one thing: helping health and wellness practitioners use words to grow insanely successful businesses.

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