Aug 31, 2020
Dr. Milene Argo started her journey with coaching 3 years ago,
which started with 80 lb weight loss, she then applied this work to
optimizing her clinical practice, to managing her inbox, finally
leaving work at work, no more charting at home, self
acceptance, COVID, and even recent anti-racism
Jul 21, 2020
In this episode, we talk with Dr. Sonia Wright about her journey, continuous transformation from her time in college, postbacc, residency, fellowship, parenting, mentoring, coaching, sex, intimacy, racism, and her experience living in the Twin Cities, MN during recent months and the anti-racism...
Jul 10, 2020
Dr. Stella Evans reflects on the last few months and how our
paths crossed when she reached out while she was on quarantine for
fever and cough. She then found herself at the
epicenter of the world's attention as the recent anti-racism
uprisings literally came to the streets in front of her home and
Jun 30, 2020
Dr. Sarah Watler is one of my former medical students who has spent the last year as an Intern in New York City in the largest medical center in the area hardest hit by COVID (the Bronx). She speaks openly about her experiences this year. As a Family Medicine intern focused on social justice she never expected to...
May 12, 2020
How are you feeling? No really, how are you feeling. Pick a word. See if you can name how you are feeling right now. Affect labelling (naming an emotion) has been shown to decrease distress. In this episode, we talk about the neuroscience behind using your own brain to feel better.
Download the feelings list here