101 episodes

You’d never go into battle without armor, so why do we get sent into the dumpster fire of medicine without the tools needed to protect ourselves? The current state of medicine can take altruistic, purpose-driven, bright young minds and turn them into frustrated, disillusioned and exhausted shells of their former selves. How do we know? We’ve been there. And we’ve seen it happen to our peers.
We are The Whole Physician, 3 Board Certified Emergency Physicians, who think it’s time to change the culture of medicine. We will teach you the ideas and tools we learned from mindset and life coach training that brought joy back into our lives. That fixed relationships. That eased the endless brain chatter. That helped us sleep better at night and made us excited to get out of bed each day.
Our mission is you, the doctors who keep showing up despite it all. You are our people. It’s about time someone put you first.
Learn more at www.thewholephysician.com.



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DRIVE TIME DEBRIEF with The Whole Physician Drs. Cazier, Dinsmore and Morrison

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 36 Ratings

You’d never go into battle without armor, so why do we get sent into the dumpster fire of medicine without the tools needed to protect ourselves? The current state of medicine can take altruistic, purpose-driven, bright young minds and turn them into frustrated, disillusioned and exhausted shells of their former selves. How do we know? We’ve been there. And we’ve seen it happen to our peers.
We are The Whole Physician, 3 Board Certified Emergency Physicians, who think it’s time to change the culture of medicine. We will teach you the ideas and tools we learned from mindset and life coach training that brought joy back into our lives. That fixed relationships. That eased the endless brain chatter. That helped us sleep better at night and made us excited to get out of bed each day.
Our mission is you, the doctors who keep showing up despite it all. You are our people. It’s about time someone put you first.
Learn more at www.thewholephysician.com.



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    Imposter Syndrome with Kristin Yates, DO: Episode 101

    Imposter Syndrome with Kristin Yates, DO: Episode 101

    In this episode, we dive into Imposter Syndrome with Dr. Kristin Yates, DO.

    Dr. Kristin Yates, DO is an accomplished OBGYN, coach, speaker, and the host of The Rebel Physician podcast. She's been a ecurring guest, previously featured in episodes 69 and 70 discussing "Inappropriate Things Doctors Brag About" and "Five Ways Your Medical Training Has Failed You"

     Tackling Imposter Syndrome- Dr. Yates returns to delve into the topic of imposter syndrome, an area of her expertise- Exploration of imposter syndrome's definitions, causes, and the pervasive feeling of not being good enough or deserving of one's accomplishments- Discussion on how imposter syndrome particularly affects physicians, with insights into the psychological and systemic factors contributing to these feelings within the medical community

    **Insights and Strategies:**- Dr. Yates shares personal experiences and insights into overcoming imposter syndrome- Strategies for recognizing and combating imposter syndrome, including normalization, acceptance, and reframing self-doubt- The importance of community and conversation in addressing and alleviating feelings of being an imposter

    **Closing Remarks:**- Encouragement for listeners to embrace their achievements and to challenge the self-doubt associated with imposter syndrome- Information on how to connect with Dr. Yates and join her Rebel Physician community for further support and resources

    **Event Announcement:**- Amanda, Kendra, and Laura will be featured speakers at the upcoming Revitalize Women's Retreat in Huntington Beach in April

    **Conclusion:**- Reminder that everyone, especially in the demanding field of medicine, is susceptible to feelings of inadequacy, but through awareness and support, overcoming imposter syndrome is possible- Encouragement for listeners to sign up for the weekly well check via the podcast's website

    "Remember, you are whole, you are a gift to medicine, and the work you do matters."

    To receive our free Weekly Well Check including encouragement and tips for a better life in medicine, click here.

    For more information on the Revitalize Women Physicians Retreat in Huntington Beach, click here: Revitalize Retreat

    If you're demoralized from working in medicine, check out our free pdf download: Mindset Hacks for Doctors. Click here.

     

    Resources:

    Rebel Physician Podcast

    Rebel Physician Community

    Linked In/Instagram

    https://www.rebelphysician.com

    Psychology Today Article: Understanding Imposter Syndrome

     

    • 26 min
    Jill Bolte Taylor, Ph.D. on Whole-Brain Living: Episode 100

    Jill Bolte Taylor, Ph.D. on Whole-Brain Living: Episode 100

    n this episode, we're thrilled to bring you an incredible conversation with Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, a Harvard-trained neuroscientist who shares her extraordinary journey of recovery from a severe brain hemorrhage and how it led her to explore the fascinating capabilities of the human brain. Dr. Taylor's insights into neuroplasticity, whole brain living, and the anatomy of choice are not only revolutionary but offer a profound message of hope and resilience.

    **Guest Bio:** Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a renowned neuroscientist and the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir "My Stroke of Insight," which documents her experience and recovery from a severe brain hemorrhage. Her TED talk became the first viral video on the internet related to neuroscience, garnering over 29 million views. Dr. Taylor was named one of Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World and continues to inspire through her latest book, "Whole Brain Living."

    **Episode Highlights:**

    1. **Dr. Taylor's Personal Journey:** Learn about Dr. Jill's life-altering experience in 1996, her eight-year recovery, and the insights gained about the human brain's resilience and capacity for healing.

    2. **The Concept of Whole Brain Living:** Dr. Taylor introduces the revolutionary idea of whole brain living, explaining the four characters that drive our lives and how understanding them can lead to a more balanced, satisfying existence.

    3. **Neuroplasticity and Recovery:** Discover the role of neuroplasticity in recovery from neurological trauma and how we can harness the power of our brains to overcome challenges.

    4. **Practical Applications for Physicians and Healthcare Providers:** Dr. Taylor discusses the implications of her work for healthcare providers, emphasizing the importance of self-awareness and emotional intelligence in medical practice.

    5. **Future Directions and How to Get Involved:** Learn about the ongoing projects and research related to whole brain living, including how to integrate these concepts into education and professional development.

    **Key Quotes from Dr. Taylor:**

    - "The beauty of our human brain is that we have the power to choose who and how we want to be in the world."- "Whole brain living offers a pathway to not only recover from trauma but to thrive by understanding and embracing the complexity of our minds."- "Hope and understanding are the first steps toward healing."

    **Resources Mentioned:**

    - [My Stroke of Insight](#) by Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor- [Whole Brain Living: The Anatomy of Choice and the Four Characters That Drive Our Life](#) by Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

    **Closing Thoughts:**

    Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor's journey is a testament to the human spirit's resilience and the brain's incredible ability to heal and adapt. Her message of hope, empowerment, and the importance of understanding our mental landscape resonates deeply, offering valuable insights for anyone interested in personal growth, neuroscience, and the art of living well.

    Resources:

    **Connect with Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor:**

    https://www.drjilltaylor.com

    Whole Brain Living link

    TED talk link

    drjill@drjilltaylor.com

    Finally, we at The Whole Physician have a couple of wild notions. Practicing medicine shouldn't be miserable, and true self-care is creating a life you don't have to escape. If that sounds good, join us for our FREE Feb 15, 2024 class on how to work in the dumpster fire of medicine without getting burned. It's called "What's the ICD-10 Code for Injury Sustained in a Dumpster Fire?" Register here.

    To receive our free Weekly Well Check including encouragement and tips for a better life in medicine, click here.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Maggie Reyes on Relationships: Episode 99

    Maggie Reyes on Relationships: Episode 99

    In this episode, hosts Amanda, Laura, and Kendra are thrilled to introduce a very special guest, Maggie Reyes, a renowned life and relationship coach with a knack for helping type A women enhance their marriages.

    **Key Points Discussed:**

    - **Introduction of Maggie Reyes:** Discover Maggie's unique approach to improving significant other relationships without waiting for the partner's action. Maggie brings a wealth of experience from her training with Esther Perel, the Gottman Institute, Layla Martin, and others. Her work focuses on empowering women in their relationships, utilizing both intuition and evidence-based strategies.

    - **The Importance of Relationship Coaching for Physicians:** Maggie shares insights on common pitfalls in relationships for type A personalities, especially those in dual physician households. She emphasizes the need for contextual awareness and adapting skills that are successful in professional settings to personal relationships.

    - **Strategies for a Happier Marriage:** Listeners get a sneak peek into Maggie's 12 core values for a fulfilling relationship. From learning to laugh about trivial disagreements to understanding the power of one person to instigate positive changes in a marriage, Maggie covers a broad spectrum of actionable advice.

    - **Success Stories and Hope:** Maggie provides encouragement for those feeling stuck in their relationships, sharing success stories from her clients. She highlights the transformative power of mindset changes and practical tools based on cognitive science, neurobiology, and positive psychology.

    - **Final Takeaway:** Maggie encourages listeners to start asking themselves what they truly want in their relationships and lives. Identifying and pursuing personal desires can lead to profound changes and fulfillment.

    **Connect with Maggie Reyes:** For those interested in learning more about Maggie's work or seeking relationship coaching, visit her website at maggiereyes.com and listen to The Marriage Life Coach podcast.

    **Closing Thoughts:** The hosts wrap up the episode by reminding listeners of the importance of self-care and the impact of healthy relationships on overall well-being. For more insights and resources, subscribe to our Weekly Well-Check at www.thewholephysician.com.

    **Thank You for Listening!** Remember, you are whole, you are a gift to medicine, and the work you do matters. 

    Resources:

    https://maggiereyes.com

    Instagram: @themaggiesreyes

    Book: Questions for Couples Journal

    The Marriage Life Coach Podcast

     

    Finally,

    We at The Whole Physician have a couple of wild notions. Practicing medicine shouldn't be miserable, and true self-care is creating a life you don't have to escape from. If that sounds good, join us for our FREE Feb 15, 2024 class on how to work in the dumpster fire of medicine without getting burned. It's called "What's the ICD-10 Code for Injury Sustained in a Dumpster Fire?" Register here.

    To receive our free Weekly Well Check including encouragement and tips for a better life in medicine, click here.

    • 45 min
    Authenticity in Relationships: Episode 98

    Authenticity in Relationships: Episode 98

    In this episode, we dive deep into the concept of authenticity in relationships, a topic that's often underestimated but crucial for personal and professional growth, especially in the medical field.

    **Key Topics Discussed:**

    1. **Authenticity and Vulnerability:** - Discussing Brene Brown's books, "Atlas of the Heart" and "The Gifts of Imperfection," the hosts explore the connection between authenticity and vulnerability in relationships. - The discussion highlights how authenticity, though uncomfortable, is essential for meaningful connections.

    2. **Understanding Love and Trust:** - Analyzing various definitions of love, including the works of emotions researcher Barbara Fredrickson. - Emphasizing the importance of nurturing relationships and the role of trust in deepening connections.

    3. **Self-Love and Self-Trust:** - The significance of self-love and trusting oneself, using Brene Brown's BRAVING acronym as a guide. - Addressing the challenges physicians face in terms of self-criticism and the impact on relationships.

    4. **Love, Belonging, and Worthiness:** - Exploring the innate human need for love and belonging, and the idea of worthiness independent of achievements. - Discussing the concept of belonging and the difference between fitting in and being authentic.

    5. **Overcoming People Pleasing:** - The dangers of people-pleasing and its impact on genuine connections. - Understanding the importance of presenting the real version of oneself to foster true belonging and find one's tribe.

    6. **Cultivating True Connection:** - The role of imperfections in creating deep connections and the need to provide a safe space for sharing vulnerabilities. - The challenge of perfectionism in medical culture and its effect on fostering belonging.

    7. **Brene Brown's Three Truths of Love and Belonging:** - Discussing the uncertainties of love and belonging and the importance of self-relationship. - The irreducible need for love and belonging from infancy through adulthood.

    **Closing Remarks:**The hosts conclude by encouraging listeners to embrace vulnerability, trust themselves, and show up authentically in relationships. They invite listeners to join their email list at www.thewholephysician.com for more information.

    **End Note:**"Thank you for joining us today. Remember, you are whole, you are a gift to medicine, and the work you do matters."

     

    Finally,

    We at The Whole Physician have a couple of wild notions. Practicing medicine shouldn't be miserable, and true self-care is creating a life you don't have to escape from. If that sounds good, join us for our FREE Feb 15, 2024 class on how to work in the dumpster fire of medicine without getting burned. It's called "What's the ICD-10 Code for Injury Sustained in a Dumpster Fire?" Register here.

    To receive our free Weekly Well Check including encouragement and tips for a better life in medicine, click here.

     

    • 21 min
    Manifesting Isn't Woo with Jess Holzworth: Episode 97

    Manifesting Isn't Woo with Jess Holzworth: Episode 97

    Summary

    In this episode, Amanda, Laura, and Kendra are joined by Jess Holtzworth, a wellness specialist and life coach. Amanda recently had the pleasure of taking one of Jess's classes while at the Miraval Resort in Arizona (and the class was filled with other physicians!). They discuss the concept of manifestation and how it can be used to create the life you desire. Jess shares the five steps of manifestation: get clear, feel, believe, act, and trust. She emphasizes the importance of mindset, releasing limiting beliefs, and taking action. The conversation also explores common obstacles to manifestation and provides tips for getting started. Additional resources, including a recommended book and podcast, are shared for further exploration. In this conversation, Jess Holzworth discusses manifestation and its principles. She shares resources for learning more about manifestation, including podcasts and books. Jess also talks about her work with clients and the services she offers. She mentions her website and upcoming manifestation sessions. Finally, the conversation concludes with closing remarks and gratitude for Jess's insights.

    Takeaways

    Manifestation is the process of using your thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and actions to bring something into your physical reality.The five steps of manifestation are: get clear, feel, believe, act, and trust.Obstacles to manifestation include negative self-talk, limiting beliefs, fear, and lack of clarity.To get started with manifestation, write a manifestation list, create a supportive environment, and practice alpha wave meditation.Additional resources for learning more about manifestation include Dr. Tara Swart's work on the science behind manifestation.

    Chapters

    00:00 Introduction and Special Guest01:22 Discovering Manifestation at Miraval05:50 Jess's Journey to Becoming a Wellness Specialist06:11 Understanding Manifestation07:06 Step 1: Get Clear07:28 Step 2: Feel08:25 Step 3: Believe09:17 Step 4: Act10:10 Step 5: Trust31:21 Obstacles to Manifestation37:15 Examples of Successful Manifestation38:38 Tips to Get Started with Manifestation40:18 Additional Resources40:47 Resources for Manifestation41:57 Working with Clients42:27 Future Offerings42:41 Closing Remarks

    https://spiritualabode.com/

    www.thewholephysician.com

    • 39 min
    Drop the Resolution, Form the Habit Part Two with Dr. Andrea Austin: Episode 96

    Drop the Resolution, Form the Habit Part Two with Dr. Andrea Austin: Episode 96

    In this second part of our podcast series, we delve deeper into the discussion about why resolutions often fail and how forming habits can be a more effective approach. Our guests, physician coaches from The Whole Physician, share their insights and expertise on the topic.

    #### Key Topics Discussed

    1. **Resolutions vs. Habits:** Exploring why habits are more sustainable and effective than resolutions.2. **Common Thought Errors:** Addressing and correcting typical misunderstandings related to habit formation.3. **Book Recommendations:** - "Atomic Habits" by James Clear - Other notable books on habits (mentioned in the show)4. **Self-Control and Discipline:** Understanding how disciplined people structure their lives to avoid relying excessively on willpower.5. **Self-Acceptance and Compassion:** Emphasizing the importance of self-compassion over self-criticism in habit formation.6. **Practical Strategies:** - Structuring the environment for success - Integrating new habits into daily life - Time management and planning7. **Overcoming Perfectionism:** Discussing 'The Perfectionist's Guide to Losing Control' and addressing process perfectionism.8. **Guests' Personal Insights:** The guests share their experiences and strategies for habit formation and overcoming challenges.

    #### Episode Highlights- **Quotes from 'Atomic Habits':** Insights into how small changes can lead to significant improvements.- **Personal Experiences:** The guests share their own stories and examples.- **Advice on Habit Formation:** Concrete tips and strategies for listeners to start forming their own habits.

    #### Recommended Resources- Book: "Atomic Habits" by James Clear- Book: "Tiny Habits" by BJ Fogg- Book: "The Perfectionist's Guide to Losing Control"

    #### Call to ActionListeners are encouraged to reflect on their own habits and consider reaching out for coaching or support if needed. The guests offer a free "physician wellness triage" session and have CME courses and coaching available on their website, www.thewholephysician.com.

    #### Closing RemarksThe episode concludes with a powerful message about the importance of self-compassion, authenticity, and seeking support when needed.

     

    • 24 min

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