The responsibility to give animals the best care in an increasingly understaffed and overwhelmed field is a burden too heavy to carry. That’s why veterinarians and animal workers are experiencing alarming rates of depression, anxiety, attrition, burnout, and suicide.
This 6-month group coaching program is designed for women veterinarians who want to rewrite their narrative on responsibility, self-love, and who they are beyond animal care. With an empathetic community by your side, you’ll learn cognitive techniques to face the challenges unique to your role, relieve compassion fatigue, and find your joy.
— emily, dvm
— Living A Life You Love group member, Jenn, DVM
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— Living A Life You Love group member, Amanda, DVM
— Living A Life You Love group member, Seely, DVM
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There’s more to life than meeting the needs of everyone else. As you work with me 1:1, I’ll teach you tools to manage your mind, prioritize self-care, shed guilt and become your own BFF. By exploring every aspect of who you are, you’ll learn how to show up with confidence in and out of work.
I’m a Compassion Fatigue Specialist and Certified Life Coach with over 25 years of experience in veterinary medicine. I know firsthand the joy and heaviness that’s unique to this industry, and the impact that compassion fatigue, burnout, and moral stress have on mental health. I equip veterinarians, animal welfare workers, lab animal professionals and other animal workers with cognitive tools to feel better, create healthy boundaries, stop the cycle of guilt and burnout, and reclaim their lives.
For animal care organizations struggling with issues like employee burnout, compassion fatigue, and chronic stress, there is a path forward. Whether you’re a veterinary practice, research and biotech organization or animal welfare group, I offer custom webinars and training programs that equip your team with tools to thrive.
THE podcast for veterinarians, veterinary professionals, animal welfare workers and all animal advocates who want to make a difference and improve animals’ lives without burning themselves out. I’ll teach you how to rekindle your joy and love your life.
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