2020 has pretty much affected everyone. I'm certainly no different. Work is slow of course - lots of my clients had exams cancelled or otherwise just don't have headspace for coaching right now. I'm confident things will pick up. But to keep busy and productive and feel like I was contributing in some way to … Continue reading The mind blowing importance of positive feedback in beating burnout
Do you ever get home from work thinking about how you just aren't good enough: I didn't really know what to do... I think most other doctors are better than I am... One of these days I'll get found out... Have you ever given a talk or workshop or put yourself out in the public in some … Continue reading Am I good enough yet?
Imposter syndrome and tips for managing it Dr Jocelyn Lowinger One of the growing problems in healthcare is that many highly competent health professionals, even in the highest positions, are struggling with feeling incompetent and that it’s only a matter of time before they are found out. This feeling of a lack of confidence and … Continue reading Imposter syndrome and tips for managing it
By the time people book in to see me they have often been puzzling and fretting over this question for months or even years. This question is a biggie. It is one of the commonest reasons people come to me for coaching and I’m grateful for those who choose to include me (as a coach) … Continue reading Should I leave clinical medicine?
There is a tension today between an illness versus a wellness approach to health care. The illness approach is often described as reductionist – focusing more on understanding and fixing the problems people have. Whereas a wellness approach is an extension of preventive medicine and looks to help people those factors into their life that … Continue reading Adaptive thriving: Bringing coaching to medicine