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Brain Training and Meditative Exercises for the Mitigation of Occupational Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout in Health Care Providers


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Burnout is "an erosion of the soul caused by a deterioration of one's values, dignity, spirit, and will."


That's how Christina Maslach, developer of the Maslach Burnout Inventory described burnout. And if you're suffering from it, you KNOW what that feels like. (The Truth About Burnout: How Organizations Cause Personal Stress and What to Do About It.)

What causes burnout?

1. Exhaustion - You know this is setting in when you hear yourself saying, "I'm not sure how much longer I can keep doing this."

2. Depersonalization - You feel yourself becoming cynical of those around you. You're probably also lacking in compassion, an integral part of caring for patients.

3. Lack of Efficacy - You begin to doubt the quality or the meaning that your work has. "What's it matter?" might be a common question in your mind.


And of course, you're a part of a family, whether you're in a partnered relationship or not; whether you're a parent or not. Friends rely on you. There are bills to pay, obligations to keep, and you still want to be able to curl up on the couch and read a book some days. And if you're both a mom and a physician, the strain can seem unbearable at times.

Through a practice of mindfulness and meditation - just a few minutes each day - I can take you from burnout to shining bright. And I'm here, providing support along the way, via regular calls, emails, and group coaching sessions.

My first job was in a 5-physician OB/GYN
office when I was 16. Since then, I always come back to physicians, health care providers, and other healers - chiropractors, reflexologists, and more - to help them take care of themselves for once. And I understand the legal constraints you're under - so I know when not to pry about patient specifics if you just need to vent.



Number of physicians suffering from burnout
(2015 Medscape Physician Lifestyle Survey)

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