Dr. Joe Sherman is a physician coach and retreat facilitator helping other physicians find more joy in their lives by escaping burnout and expanding possibilities.
Joe is passionate about helping healthcare professionals discover how they can best match “soul to role” as they deliver compassionate care to their patients and clients. He is a consultant and coach in the areas of provider well-being, leadership, professional fulfillment, cross-cultural medicine, spirituality, and medicine.
As a Master Certified Physician Development Coach, a trained facilitator with the Center for Courage & Renewal, and a Certified Organizational Affiliate in Gracious Spaces with the Center for Ethical Leadership, he believes that all helping professionals can thrive in their work rather than just survive.
Joe has been in medical practice for over 30 years concentrating on healthcare delivery to children in the District of Columbia, Tacoma, Seattle, Uganda, Bolivia, and other countries. Most recently, he was Health Services Director at Mary's Place shelter for families experiencing homelessness. He has held several academic appointments and is currently a Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington.
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