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As physicians, we make decisions every day about how to prioritize our time, energy, focus, attention, and money. Our lives are in our own hands. But are we making these as conscious choices or are we satisfied with speeding through life in default mode?

Hosts Jen Barna MD, Coach Gabriella Dennery MD and Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer interview physicians to explore ways to embrace life AND a medical career, some who’ve chosen a path less traveled and others who have optimized their lives on a traditional medical career path. As coaches from the DocWorking team, Gabriella and Jill discuss actionable tips from their experience coaching physicians. We also invite guests on business, leadership, building financial independence, and other pertinent topics to physicians.

If you’re a physician, we want to hear your story! Please reach out to us at jen@DocWorking.com

Want to learn more? http://www.docworking.com

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast Jen Barna MD

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As physicians, we make decisions every day about how to prioritize our time, energy, focus, attention, and money. Our lives are in our own hands. But are we making these as conscious choices or are we satisfied with speeding through life in default mode?

Hosts Jen Barna MD, Coach Gabriella Dennery MD and Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer interview physicians to explore ways to embrace life AND a medical career, some who’ve chosen a path less traveled and others who have optimized their lives on a traditional medical career path. As coaches from the DocWorking team, Gabriella and Jill discuss actionable tips from their experience coaching physicians. We also invite guests on business, leadership, building financial independence, and other pertinent topics to physicians.

If you’re a physician, we want to hear your story! Please reach out to us at jen@DocWorking.com

Want to learn more? http://www.docworking.com

    183: The Secret to Less Stress & a Calmer Mind with Dr. Ryan Niemiec

    183: The Secret to Less Stress & a Calmer Mind with Dr. Ryan Niemiec

    “You catch your breath for two breaths, three breaths, and ask yourself ‘Which of my character strengths do I want to make sure I’m bringing forth?’”

    -Dr Ryan Niemiec, Psy.D., Bestseller Author, Director, VIA Institute on Character

     

    Today, psychologist Dr. Ryan Niemiec speaks again with Cohost and Lead Coach Jill Farmer about how physicians can practice mindfulness to better manage stress and increase well-being. “The Mindful Pause” is a short, one minute break in your day that can help you become present and awake in daily moments. Want to know where to start? Often, we as healthcare professionals may find ourselves overwhelmed with scheduling, productivity, time management, and other external factors. Dr. Ryan Niemiec shares how you can reclaim your mind, and how this helps to prevent burnout. Different from mediation, Dr. Niemiec ensures listeners that mindfulness is an easy and advantageous practice to add to your daily life. In addition to normalizing the practice of mindfulness, Dr. Niemiec discusses the intersection between character strengths and mindfulness and how their development can benefit you as a clinician.

     

    DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast Episodes featuring Dr. Ryan Niemiec:

    174: Keys to Flourishing for Physicians with Dr. Ryan Niemiec- https://docworking.com/2022/05/26/character-strengths-flourishing-for-physicians-healthcare-professionals-dr-ryan-niemiec/

     

    Ryan M. Niemiec, Psy.D. is a leading international figure in character strengths that are found in all human beings. As an educator, scientist, and practitioner, Ryan is the education director of the renown VIA Institute on Character, a nonprofit organization in Cincinnati, Ohio, that leads the global advancement of the science of character strengths. Ryan is an award-winning psychologist, annual instructor at the University of Pennsylvania, and author of 11 books, over 100 academic papers, and several-hundred user-friendly articles. His books include the bestselling consumer book, The Power of Character Strengths, the popular stress workbook The Strengths-Based Workbook for Stress Relief, the 2020 workbook The Positivity Workbook for Teens, and Positive Psychology at the Movies. He’s also author of the two leading practitioner-focused books in positive psychology – Character Strengths Interventions and Mindfulness and Character Strengths. The latter book contains the evidenced-based program he founded, Mindfulness-Based Strengths Practice (MBSP), used by practitioners and researchers across the globe. He created VIA’s first character strengths certification program – MBSP Certification – in 2021.

     

    His research areas include character strengths, MBSP, positive interventions, peace psychology, nature/environment connection, spirituality, life meaning, disability, and positive health.

     

    Ryan has been interviewed by a number of luminaries including the legendary Larry King in 2020. He’s given over 1,000 presentations on positive psychology topics, including a character strengths world tour in 2009-2010, a TEDx talk in 2017, a speaking tour of Australia, a keynote at a Harvard conference, and invited keynotes and workshops at conferences across the globe. He is Fellow of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) and serves on their Council of Advisors. He is co-founder and president of the Spirituality/Meaning Division of IPPA.

     

    Ryan lives in Cincinnati with his wife and three young, zestful children. His highest strengths are hope, love, honesty, fairness, spirituality, curiosity, and appreciation of beauty. Ryan’s hobbies include playing tai chi, chess, basketball, and guitar; watching Michigan State athletics and The Walking Dead, and collecting vintage and rare Pez dispensers.

     

     

    Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog 





    The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to a

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    182: To the Brink and Back: Burnout to Balance with Dr. Tammie Chang

    182: To the Brink and Back: Burnout to Balance with Dr. Tammie Chang

    Warning: This episode discusses the topic of physician suicide. If you or someone you know needs help, please call the suicide hotline: 1-800-273-8255

     

    “That’s what we pledged to do when we started medical school, and that’s what I thought I was dedicating my life to. And yet…I was one step away from an awful end.”

    - Dr. Tammie Chang, M.D., Board-certified Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Physician, Co-founder of Pink Coat MD

     

    Author Tammie Chang, M.D. speaks with Cohost and Lead Coach Jill Farmer about her journey through severe burnout to recovery, and how she speaks openly about her story so that others can identify and feel less isolated. Along with cohost of the podcast Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer, Dr. Chang discusses the foreboding steps toward intense physician burnout, and how a combination of therapy and coaching turned that around for her. “ Dr. Chang reveals how coaching helped her to assess her own needs and set boundaries in order to now be in a better place than she has ever been.  Author of the book, Boundaries for Women Physicians: Love Your Life and Career in Medicine, Dr. Chang helps listeners understand the importance of understanding the toxic culture of medicine, setting the right boundaries, and self-compassion.

     

    “I think I’m much more myself now than I have been in my whole life. I’m even that much more on fire to be an advocate for change than I have ever been in my whole life. I’m truly grateful for that rock bottom place because I would never be here had it not been for that.”

    Dr. Tammie Chang 





    Tammie Chang, M.D., is a board-certified physician in pediatric hematology/oncology and co-founder of Pink Coat MD, an uplifting community to empower women physicians. Using her expertise in coaching, leadership and consulting work, background in wellness and work as a physician, Chang guides women physicians to become the best version of themselves and protect their well-being by helping them achieve greater balance, prevent burnout and live healthier lives.

     

    Her new book, Boundaries for Women Physicians: Love Your Life and Career in Medicine (Feb. 3, 2022)https://www.tammiechangmd.com/book, focuses on the understanding that to heal and serve others, one must first focus on having a healthy body, spirit and mind. Tammie highlights the importance of good self-care habits and boundaries in a physician’s life to avoid burnout, stress and exhaustion. She shares her story and that of three other physicians, acknowledging her struggles and the ways she broke the barrier of shame many physicians have when it comes to mental health and self-care. The goal of Boundaries for Woman Physicians is to equip women physicians with tools and advice to create healthy boundaries so they can thrive and love their practice. Tammie also published a companion workbook to help women physicians with time management and setting boundaries. Download her free workbook here.https://view.flodesk.com/pages/614e97b6337f1c2aacf52b33

     

    Tammie leads personal coaching sessions, group programs and career consultations with the goal of empowering others to create the lives they want and become better leaders. She supports women physicians early in their careers by holding group consultations where they can share their experiences and vulnerabilities, as well as career sessions to tackle specific areas such as setting boundaries and time management.

     

    She is the co-founder and co-CEO of Pink Coat, MD, a safe community and digital platform that provides support and resources for women physicians to help reduce burnout and improve personal well-being so they can achieve professional success. https://pinkcoatmd.com/

    Partnering with leading experts across a variety of fields, the goal is to build a platform of supportive, self-compassionate female leaders to revolutionize medical culture. Previously, Tammie co-authored the Amazon #1 bestseller How to Thrive as a Woman Physician https://www.

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    181: Leading the Way for More Black Doctors and the Importance of Mentorship with Dr. Russell Ledet MD PHD MBA

    181: Leading the Way for More Black Doctors and the Importance of Mentorship with Dr. Russell Ledet MD PHD MBA

    “What if I were to have someone who looked like me, worried about my mental health when I was a child? How much better of a human would I be now? How many of those internal doubts that I had would be eliminated? And I wanted to be one of those people who really drove the conversation and utilized every ounce of my influence to really create something that can revolutionize what’s accessible in terms of mental health.”

    - Dr. Russell Ledet MD PHD MBA

     

    On December 14, 2019, 15 African American medical students from Tulane University School of Medicine posed in front of a former slave cabin at the Whitney Plantation in Edgard, Louisiana, while donning their white coats. “We are truly our ancestors’ wildest dreams,” said a tweet of one of the photos. The image went viral and multiple national news outlets picked up the story.

     

    The students formed The 15 White Coats organization,  a nonprofit group with a threefold mission: To reimagine cultural imagery in learning spaces, lessen the financial burden of medical school for applicants of color, and influence cultural literacy in learning spaces. Donations and the sale of photographs and posters allow The 15 White Coats to distribute their photos to classrooms across the U.S., establish scholarships, and more.

     

    Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer welcomes Dr. Russell Ledet, MD, PhD, MBA to talk about the barriers and doubts he faced as a black man and aspiring physician along his journey from security guard to MD PhD MBA. Specifically, Dr. Ledet shines light on the disadvantages that medical school applicants from marginalized communities face. In recognition of how important it is to have role models, Dr. Ledet encourages listeners to take action. He is receiving national recognition for starting 15 White Coats. Dr. Ledet talks about his journey from being in the military to becoming a security guard to realizing that he could go to college, and eventually to medical school after earning his PhD at NYU. He is a native of Lake Charles, Louisiana. 

     

    Dr. Ledet earned his bachelors degree from Southern University and Agricultural and Mechanical College at Baton Rouge. He earned his PhD in Molecular Oncology from NYU School of Medicine, Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. He earned his MD and MBA from Tulane University. He is a Triple Board Resident (Pediatrics/Psychiatry/Child and Adolescent Psychiatry) at Indiana University School of Medicine.





    LinkedIn: Dr. Russell J. Ledet  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rjledet

    Instagram: @drrussellledet

    Find @the15white coats on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn





    Dr. Russell J. Ledet, MD, PhD, MBA  co-founded The 15 White Coats, an organization that helps to propel underrepresented minority students to the next levels of education by providing inspiration and economic support. Dr. Ledet has been featured on CNN, MSNBC, People Magazine, NPR, Washington Post, The Steve Harvey Show, and Good Morning America. Following medical school, he plans to focus on mental health accessibility for marginalized communities. He is a husband of 14 years to Mallory Alise, and the father of two little girls, Maleah Ann and Mahlina Abri.

     

    Socials:

    @drrussellledet (IG/TikTok); FB

     

     

    Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog 





    The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to add even more CME credits to the THRIVE memberships. 

     

    Let your CME budget help you prioritize your own wellness so you can get on with living your best life on your own terms, as defined by you, with DocWorking THRIVE.

     

    You can take the first step today by taking our 2 Minute Balance to Burnout Quiz! Where are you on the Balance to Burnout Continuum? Take the quiz and find out today!

     

    DocWorking empowers physicians and entire health care teams to get on the path to achieving their dreams, both in and outside of w

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    180: The Paradigm Shift To Cure Chronic Pain for You and Your Patients with Dr. Howard Schubiner

    180: The Paradigm Shift To Cure Chronic Pain for You and Your Patients with Dr. Howard Schubiner

    “But if you step back and you’re the parent, what do you want to teach that kid? You want to teach the kid that it’s ok to fall. So, when the kid falls, you smile and say ‘Oops! That was fun, you’re ok buddy! Let’s do it again!’ Right? And that’s what you’re doing to your brain. Because your brain is looking to you; your brain is giving you pain and you’re either freaking out or you’re going ‘Oops that’s silly! I’m ok!”

    - Dr. Howard Schubiner, Internist and Pediatrician, Director of the Mind Body Medicine Center at Ascension Providence Hospital in Southfield, Michigan

     

    Dr. Jen Barna discusses recent breakthroughs in curing chronic pain with esteemed guest, Dr. Howard Schubiner. Dr. Schubiner and colleagues developed Pain Reprocessing Therapy and Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy, chronic pain treatments that focus around curing pain rather than managing pain. Dr. Howard Schubiner offers listeners his key insights as to what he has learned is the best way to confront pain that may be stopping you or your patients from living freely. In today’s episode, Dr. Schubiner discusses neuroplasticity and the effective process in which you can ultimately retrain your brain to move away from pain, rather than continue to be stuck in a negative feedback loop. As physicians, it is often your job to find the source of you or your patients’ pain. Being able to offer solutions to patients in chronic pain can be life-changing for patients and can be very fulfilling to clinicians. Dr. Barna and Dr. Schubiner also discuss the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral based therapy and other practices that have proven to help manage pain, to cope with pain, but not to cure it. The paradigm shift that is now occurring is to recognize that research has demonstrated with randomized, controlled trials that chronic pain, even pain that has lasted for decades, can be alleviated in a short amount of time with lasting results using Pain Reprocessing Therapy and Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy. 





    Links to Podcast episodes mentioned:

     

    - Episode 163: Part 1: Emotional Awareness & Expression Therapy for You & Your Patients with Dr. David Clarke

     

    - Episode 164: Part 2: Emotional Awareness & Expression Therapy for You & Your Patients with Dr. David Clarke

     

    -Episode 172: Healthcare Burnout & PTSD with Dr. James Zender

     

     

    Documentary: 

     

    This Might Hurt- https://www.thismighthurtfilm.com/

     

    “This Might Hurt is a documentary that offers solutions to reduce and unlearn chronic pain. The film follows three chronic pain patients who have spent years searching for answers. Desperate for relief, they enter a new medical program — run by Dr. Howard Schubiner — that focuses on uncovering hidden causes of pain, and retraining their brains to switch the pain off.”





    Books:

     

    Unlearn Your Pain: A 28-day Process to Reprogram Your Brain by Howard Schubiner, MD with Michael Betzold

    Unlearn Your Anxiety and Depression by Howard Schubiner, MD

    Hidden From View by Allan Abbass, MD and Howard Schubiner, MD





    Websites: 

     

    Unlearn Your Pain - https://unlearnyourpain.com/
    The Psychophysiological Disorders Association- https://ppdassociation.org/
    The Tension Myositis Syndrome Wiki: The PPD/TMS Peer Network- https://www.tmswiki.org/w/index.php?page=The_Tension_Myositis_Syndrome_Wiki
    The Pain Reprocessing Therapy Center- https://www.painreprocessingtherapy.com/




    Videos: 

     

    “What is Pain?”- Animated Series by Dr. Howard Schubiner

    English: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsJVYZbo6uWrKc57MDUL1vGciEGnPYrV9

    Spanish: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsJVYZbo6uWoBAVQxNhQhz618T_HHwfDX





    Online Programs & Apps: 

    Freedom From Chronic Pain
    Curable
    lin.health
    The DOC Journey
     

    Other Recommended Authors: 

    Dr. David Clarke
    Alan Gordon, LCSW
    David Hanscom, MD
    Georgie Oldfield, Pain Specialist
    David Schechter, MD
     

    Dr. Howard Schubiner is an internist and th

    • 32 min
    179: Pros and Cons of a Physician Career in Rural Practice with Mary Wolf

    179: Pros and Cons of a Physician Career in Rural Practice with Mary Wolf

    “Feeling like they can’t do enough for their patients, or that they’re falling short with their patients, (that) they’re disappointing their patients. And as you know, physicians can be very perfectionistic, want to fix things, and I often work with them on what are realistic expectations when you are in a rural setting.”

    -Mary Wolf, MS, LPC-MH, BCC





    Master Certified Coach Mary Wolf, president of Veritee Partners LLC, talks with cohost of the podcast Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer about the benefits and drawbacks of practicing medicine in rural settings. Oftentimes with fewer resources in smaller communities, there can be significant physician burnout in rural areas especially since the onset of COVID-19. How might physicians struggle to set boundaries in these communities where they often know their patients personally outside of the work office setting? Mary Wolf is able to offer valuable advice for physicians on how to set these boundaries between work and home so that they can practice medicine in a sustainable way. 





    Mary Wolf, MS, LPC-MH, BCC 

     

    Mary Wolf is the president of Veritee Partners LLC, a coaching and consulting business designed to promote wellbeing and success for physicians, executives, dentists, and the companies they serve.  Veritee Partners offers assessments and consultation for healthcare systems to build wellbeing programs and cultures.   

     

    Mary was the Program Director for the Avera Medical Group LIGHT Program, an award-winning wellbeing program for physicians and advanced practice providers. She led multi-strategy wellbeing services and provides executive coaching for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, residents, and executives. 

     

    Before creating LIGHT, Mary was the director of multiple behavioral health programs at Avera including employee assistance program-EAP, addiction recovery, outpatient mental health, and day hospital.   

    Mary earned a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Human Resource Development and is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Mental Health. Mary is a Board Certified Coach and holds certifications in executive, life, and spirituality coaching.    

     

    Mary’s extensive work with the Coalition for Physician Wellbeing includes being published as a chapter author for their two books:  

     

    Transforming the Heart of Practice: 

    An organizational and personal approach to physician wellbeing   

    Physician Well-being During Sustained Crisis: 

    Defusing Burnout, Building Resilience, Restoring Hope

     

     

    Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog 





    The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to add even more CME credits to the THRIVE memberships. 

     

    Let your CME budget help you prioritize your own wellness so you can get on with living your best life on your own terms, as defined by you, with DocWorking THRIVE.

     

    You can take the first step today by taking our 2 Minute Balance to Burnout Quiz! Where are you on the Balance to Burnout Continuum? Take the quiz and find out today!

     

    DocWorking empowers physicians and entire health care teams to get on the path to achieving their dreams, both in and outside of work, with programs designed to help you maximize life with minimal time.

     

    Are you a physician who would like to tell your story? Please email Amanda Taran, our producer, at podcast@docworking.com to be considered.

     

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    • 24 min
    178: How the Right Recruiter Can Help You Solve Your Work-Life Balance Problem With Dr. John Mehall

    178: How the Right Recruiter Can Help You Solve Your Work-Life Balance Problem With Dr. John Mehall

    “There is no perfect job that will find you because you have to know what you’re looking for and either find that or create that.”

    -John Mehall MD, MBA, FACS, FAC

     

    Our guest, Dr. John Mehall, Chief Medical Officer for Curative/Doximity, talks with cohost and CEO of DocWorking, Dr. Jen Barna, about how he came to start his own company to help physicians find their ideal work-life balance. Dr. John Mehall shares his personal story about finding the right job and his initial struggle with burnout and work-life balance. Today’s episode covers many important topics for physicians, such as the importance of setting boundaries and knowing when to say no, recognizing when you’re not happy at work or at home, and how to avoid the feeling of being on a  “hamster wheel” in relation to work responsibilities. Both Dr. Barna and Dr. Mehall acknowledge the many benefits of jobs with defined working conditions and also discuss the many advantages of physician locum tenens work. Dr. Mehall emphasizes the importance of defining what makes you happy as a physician, and how a good physician recruiter can help you do so. 

     

    At Curative, Dr. John Mehall and his team work with physicians and advanced practitioners to first define what matters most to them, and then help them find the best job that allows them to pursue these values and goals.





    John R. Mehall, MD, MBA, FACS, FACC

     

    Dr. Mehall attended Yale University and Southern Methodist University, earning degrees in Philosophy and Biology with Honors before going to The University of Texas for Medical School. Following a decade of surgical training, he became a nationally recognized expert in minimally invasive heart surgery, performing over 4000 operations, speaking at over 20 national meetings, and published over 50 scientific articles.  For ten years, Dr. Mehall served as the Director of Cardiothoracic Surgery for Centura Health leading 15% year over year growth during that time.  He was also the Co-Chair of the CommonSpirit Health National Cardiovascular Service Line.

     

    Beyond clinical medicine, Dr. Mehall founded seven healthcare businesses and earned an MBA from The University of Texas with Honors. He has served as the Chief Medical Officer for Curative/Doximity since 2019.  Dr. Mehall is a partner in a healthcare private equity firm.

     

    Outside of work, Dr. Mehall enjoys activities in the Colorado outdoors with his wife and children.

     

     

    Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog 





    The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to add even more CME credits to the THRIVE memberships. 

     

    Let your CME budget help you prioritize your own wellness so you can get on with living your best life on your own terms, as defined by you, with DocWorking THRIVE.

     

    You can take the first step today by taking our 2 Minute Balance to Burnout Quiz! Where are you on the Balance to Burnout Continuum? Take the quiz and find out today!

     

    DocWorking empowers physicians and entire health care teams to get on the path to achieving their dreams, both in and outside of work, with programs designed to help you maximize life with minimal time.

     

    Are you a physician who would like to tell your story? Please email Amanda Taran, our producer, at podcast@docworking.com to be considered.

     

    And if you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5 star review, we would be extremely grateful!

     

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    • 33 min

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The ladies at Doc Working were an absolute joy to spend time with during the podcast that we did. Our discussion on marriage, especially physician marriage was wide ranging. We look forward to future collaborations.

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An important tool for physicians and health care organization people to maintain balance

I have listened to several episodes of DocWorking, and have enjoyed the solid coaching advice that is shared through the podcast. While I do not work in a health care organization, and while my own work is rather internationally oriented, my work as a leadership coach means that I recognize the quality of coaching that is offered through Thrive and through this podcast. Recommended!

Full disclosure: I was recently interviewed for this podcast and also have had a long standing friendship with Jen Barna, the founder of DocWorking.

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Bless Your Hearts

We are all wishing to support our physicians somehow — and you actually are. Love how you both took on ‘i don’t have the time for self care’ in episode #140. What could be more helpful to physicians and the people they care for than a happier, healthier, more productive, and better focused Doc on the job. Thank you both for all you do!!

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