Sarah Auld Brokaw was born in the 1970. Her parents are Thomas Brokaw and Meredith Lynn Auld. Her father is a TV journalist and managing director of NBC Nightly news. Her mother is a former Miss South Dakota. She also has two sisters Jennifer Jean and Andrea Brooks. Her grandparents were Anthony Orville and Eugenia Brokaw.

At first she studied at the Duke University. She has attended New York University during 1997-1998. She received a license in relational dynamics. She also studied couples therapy at the Gottman Institute as well as trauma counseling at the Trauma resource InstituteSarah attended Fielding Graduate University from 2007 till 2008 where she studied evidence based coaching. She completed the National Institute for Psychotherapies psychoanalytic training.

Afterwards, she joined Ackerman Institute for the Family as a therapist in the 2007. She worked there for two years until she left for another position. In the January of 2009 she became a professional certified coach and started her work collaboratively with the client on expanding their awareness. She has more than 17 years of practice as a psychotherapist, she began her career in the 2000 in Santa Monica, California.

Sarah launched her own project, which was something like a discussion series. She called it “Wise Women of LA” in this project different women of diverse backgrounds could meet, share and support each other in achieving their professional and personal goals. Currently, Sarah works for Equality Now, which is an organization whose aim is to help women around the world and stop violence and discrimination against woman.

In addition to her amazing experience in therapy, she also worked as a volunteer. In the 2010 she tried herself as a social worker and helped to Haitian women and girls to develop as well as implement their basic skills for daily living after the earthquake. In addition to her brilliant career she is an author of a few books. Sarah wrote “Fortytude: Making the Next Decades the Best Years of Your Life - through the 40s, 50s and Beyond”, which became a New York Times best seller. She also is very active in social media like Facebook and Twitter. She also created her own podcast series, which was titled “Shared Secrets”. In this project men and women with wisdom are sharing graciously their secrets. In her spare time she likes to surf and walking with her dog.

A lot about Sarah was written by her father Thomas in his book “A Lucky Life Interrupted” after his sickness and remission. Once in an interview Sarah said she was angry at her father, when she find out that he hid for a long time from her that was seriously ill. She is a married woman, but information about her husband is not available yet. She also is a mother. Sarah has a son, she got her baby boy in the 2012 and he was named Archer. Her total net worth is not disclosed by any source.

Last Modified: Mar 11, 2020

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