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Sara Beaudry-Wiltse, Ph.D., ATC

As an Integrative Health Practitioner, Sara Beaudry-Wiltse focuses on stress management and helping others to live a harmonized and sustainable life. In her 20 year career in collegiate sports medicine, she honed her skills in mental, physical, and emotional health. Sara is passionate about the relationship between emotions and body, which drove her to pursue her PhD in Mind-Body medicine. She now consults univesities, programs, and individuals in stress management opportunitites and support. 


Sara spends her days as a director and faculty member at the local osteopathic medical school, as well as speaking at various conferences and workshops. She has worked with numerous sports and organizations including college athletics at multiple universities, USA Taekwando, Professional Freestyle BMX and Motocross, NCAA football, the Dew Extreme Sports Tour, rodeo, lacrosse, ski racing, competitive snowboarding, US Olympic Supercross and many other professional, college, high school and recreational sports.


Sara is completed her Ph.D. in Mind-Body Medicine from Saybrook University. Sara earned her second Master's degree in Sports Medicine and Sports Management from the United States Sports Academy in Daphne, Alabama; she also received her Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training - Sports Medicine from Brigham Young University.  Sara has two degree emphasis in Sports Psychology as well as certificates in Integrative Medicine and Mindful Leadership.

Sara has been around college students and collegiate athletics for over two decades. Her experience includes developing and managing the Westminster College Snowboard Team, who are 12-pete Overall Team National Champions. She currently works with the National Ability Center managing the competition program for para ski and snowboard athletes. She also teaches sports management at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has been an adjunct professor since 2010, teaching sports medicine and sports management, including starting and designing the Sports Management Program at Westminster College, which launched in Fall 2017 and is currently ahead of enrollment projections. 


Outside of her professional career she and her husband have a flourishing urban homestead in Salt Lake City. She enjoys working in the garden, cooking, crocheting and embroidery, entertaining her cat, and curling up on the couch to watch comedy with her husband. 

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