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Self-Care for the Healthcare Professional to Avoid Professional Burnout

Robard Webinar Series - Rachel Goldman

Presented by Rachel Goldman, PhD, FTOS

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a high prevalence of burnout and mental health concerns with healthcare providers. More than ever, self-care for healthcare workers — including those treating patients with obesity — is critical. Join us when Rachel Goldman, PhD, FTOS, will walk you through strategies to manage stress and prevent burnout so that you can preserve your own health while helping your patients improve theirs.

Learning Objectives:

    • Identify if you are experiencing stress, burnout or “COVID Fatigue”
    • Learn strategies to help better manage stress and prevent burnout
    • Review a variety of relaxation techniques and practice at least one during the session

ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Rachel Goldman, Ph.D., FTOS is a licensed psychologist specializing in health and wellness, including weight management and obesity, eating behaviors, health behavior change, and stress reduction. She is Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine. Dr. Rachel has a private practice in NYC where she sees individual clients and utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy to assist clients in behavioral changes that will promote healthier and happier lives. She also provides consulting services to other professionals and corporations, including corporate wellness programming and workshops. Dr. Rachel has been quoted in many health-related articles, including The New York Times, TIME Magazine, CNN, USA Today, US News & World Report, Self, Shape, and Women’s Health.

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