Most medical professionals are caring, conscientious and empathic, driven by a genuine desire to help others. But the intense pressure can lead to emotional, physical and social neglect, inevitably culminating in dissatisfaction, unhappiness and burnout.
We can’t properly care for others until we care for ourselves.
As a doctor myself, I completely understand the challenges and demands that a career in health presents. The intense stress and responsibility can lead to burnout and turn energetic, idealistic and motivated caregivers into disillusioned and exhausted shadows of their former passionate selves. This in turn can have a detrimental effect on patient care.
Coaching can help healthcare professionals manage this pressure and build resilience so they feel motivated and fulfilled in their roles whilst also loving their life outside of work. It can also be invaluable to those who want to explore their career options outside of medicine but need to talk it out or seek guidance from someone who understands.
By asking those thought-provoking questions that will really help you better understand yourself and your needs, we then work together to help you get you to where you want to be.
Self-care is never selfish, but always self-less.
I work with health professionals in both clinical and non-clinical roles at all stages of their careers including;
- Social workers
- Medical students
If you would like to start loving your life and work, get in touch today.
I always offer a no obligation initial 20 minute consultation to find out more about your needs and answer any questions you might have.