How to Become More Resilient and Perform Better Under Stress

I love speaking and having conversations on how to become more resilient and perform better while under greater amounts of stress. It is by far the greatest need in our culture today. Everyone can benefit from learning a bit more about how stress affects our bodies and our brains. And what we can do to…

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Healthcare Provider Resilience Training

  If you are a healthcare provider and feeling overwhelmed, stressed or burnt out, I invite you to treat yourself to a day of self-care, rejuvenation and new insights to create your foundation for a life of greater joy and resilience both at work and at home. Join me, along with with leading experts in…

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Resiliency Summit with Daniel Friedland, MD and John Coyle

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If you find that overwhelming stress is negatively impacting your enjoyment of life, you can finally get sustainable relief and start to feel more calm, focused and  at a half day event, the Resiliency Summit: Expand Your Capacity to Thrive Under Stress, in Chicago, Illinois on September 17, 2015. I will be presenting a groundbreaking science-based process that…

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On Becoming a More Resilient Healer and Conscious Leader – Dr. Molly Roberts Interviews Dr. Daniel Friedland

Leaders, healthcare providers and health seekers are facing an epidemic of stress and burnout that impedes health, well-being and effectiveness at work and at home. In this video, Dr. Molly Roberts, President of the American Holistic Medical Association and board member of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM), engages in a lively discussion with…

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Physician Burnout and Medical Liability Risk

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  [To download a pdf version of this article on Physician Burnout and Medical Liability Risk, click here.] Burnout among physicians is reaching epidemic proportions. A major national study conducted by Dr. Tait Shanafelt and published in 2012 found that 45% of physicians report feeling at least one of the three principal symptoms of burnout.[i]…

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Physician Resilience Can Avoid Risk of Medical Liability

  It was an honor to present the closing keynote at the PIAA conference last week in Toronto, Canada in front of over 300 medical professional liability insurance providers and health care executives. We talked about the very concerning issue of physician burnout and how to help physicians create greater resilience so they can feel…

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