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Sarah Donat, MOT, OTR/L


"My practice provides a safe place for you to improve your mental and physical health by creating a lasting shift in mindset thus improving overall quality of life so you can feel more like your true self".


You'll never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.        - John C. Maxwell

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Sarah Donat,
Occupational Therapist

Sarah has been a practicing occupational therapist for the past ten years. Throughout this time, Sarah has observed, professional and personally, that women need a safe place to share, heal and grow. In her practice, enough space and time are given in a 1:1 setting facilitating an opportunity for a collaborative experience. Focus on women's mental health, pelvic health and self-awareness, are are given the attention they deserve. When you walk away from this experience, you will take with you functional, personalized goals. Sarah uses a metacognitive and occupational-based approach to optimize performance and establish individualized goals to create, promote, establish, restore, maintain or modify activities of daily living and improve one's quality of life by shifting one's focus and attention.

In her leisure time, Sarah soaks up time with her daughter playing, walks in the woods with her dog Maple, decorates and sends hand written snail mail, cooks and plates gorgeous local foods, explores new Maine spots with friends and crafts for pleasure and functionality.


Sarah holds an individualized undergraduate degree in Society, Body & Culture (Sociology) and a Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy.

Sarah's recent certifications are in Pelvic Floor Therapy and Menstruation & Pelvic Health

Sarah has a vested interest in Women's Issues such as reproductive freedom, motherhood, endometriosis and patient advocacy.

Sarah's therapeutic practice has a special interest in supporting individuals who seek change in their approach to

- the mental load

- anxiety

- daily stress

- parenting (mindful / occupation-based coaching)

- infertility


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