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We’re Really NOT OK right now: 5 Steps to Address Overwhelm TODAY!

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We’re Really NOT OK right now: 5 Steps to Address Overwhelm TODAY!

September 26, 2022

We’re Really NOT OK right now: 5 Steps to Address Overwhelm TODAY!

Join me on October 19, 2022 for a FREE workshop on overwhelm. 

As I listen to physicians’ and other healthcare providers’ stories lately, I’m deeply touched and concerned about the level of overwhelm right now. It’s as if folks are just able to come up for air and now there’s a reckoning of how difficult things have been for far too long. 

So, I’m offering a free workshop on October 19, 2022 from 6-7pm PST, called, We’re really NOT OK: 5 Steps to Address Overwhelm. Please spread the word – community is healing and being in community amongst peers is food for the soul! 

Who should come:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Healthcare providers
  • Practice Managers & Owners
  • Healthcare Administrators
  • People who love & support medical providers 

See you soon!

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