I’m Jeff Cohn, MD

Retired Physician and Current Life Coach

Helping You Thrive

For Physicians

If you’re a physician who is moving from full-time practice into a different role, I’d love to help you achieve your vision.

For People with Cancer and Families

If you’re struggling in some way – with understanding, a decision, something else – I would love to be a support.

Make the Change in Life That Is Big and Important to You Happen

I serve two distinct groups of clients: physicians who are looking to create something for their practice, their organization, their community; and people with cancer and their families who are struggling with some aspect of the cancer experience.

What Is Life Coaching?
Who is Coaching For?

The word “coach” brings to mind different images and experiences for different people.  For some coaching is about supervision and oversight as you try to develop and strengthen specific skills, like what happens in athletic pursuits.  For others it has a feel of advising and mentoring, with the coach’s main asset being their expertise and experience in the challenges you’re facing. 

My coaching approach is grounded in the principles of Co-Active Coaching.  This is about helping people close the gaps between where they see their life is now and the vision they have for living a life that brings them joy and fulfillment, according to who they are, who and how they want to be, and what they want to do.

About Me

I’m a retired physician (hematologist/medical oncologist) who is excited to be embarking on a new chapter of my professional life as a Life Coach.

As I reflect on my career, I recognize that there have been several constants that, for me, have been my personal North Stars.


  • Over the past months, Jeff has provided me with tools and techniques that have positively impacted not only my professional career and my physician leadership skills, but also my personal life. The decision to move forward with professional coaching and my relationship with Jeff is hands down the best decision I have made in my early professional career.

    D. O.

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