Ducking Burnout: Autocorrecting Your Life

Happy Doc Summer Camp

The Official Podcast of Happy Doc Summer Camp and Angels of Hippocrates. We talk about physician wellness and burnout, but we also like to have fun and find solutions. So join us to hear about what's doing at camp, or what we're thinking about when we're not there! read less
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S1:E5 Guest Elizabeth Vermilyea - "No One Asks The Doctor 'How are you?'"
S1:E5 Guest Elizabeth Vermilyea - "No One Asks The Doctor 'How are you?'"
Elizabeth Vermilyea, PhD, joins us to discuss trauma, CoVID, and extended periods of coping with significant stress and overload, and the ways in which it has affected us as healthcare providers. Elizabeth will also be at Happy Doc Hawaii on Sep 24-27, in Kona, Hawaii Elizabeth Vermilyea, PhD, has been working exclusively with trauma survivors and the people who advocate for them since 1991. She is an independent consultant specializing in traumatic stress consultation, training, and program development. Elizabeth creates and delivers customized traumatic stress education programs and consultation to a broad range of professional, paraprofessional, and public audiences, including caregivers and frontline service providers in child and adult mental health, public and private school systems, sexual assault and domestic violence settings, providers working with the homeless, corrections, developmental disabilities agencies, crime victim assistance agencies, and substance abuse programs across the U.S. and in Canada. She provides substantive, interactive workshops on symptom management, compassion fatigue/vicarious traumatization, trauma-informed care, trauma-informed leadership, differential diagnosis, ethics, self-injury, trauma & addiction, and addressing trauma in medical settings. Elizabeth is the author of Growing Beyond Survival: A Self-help Toolkit for Addressing Symptoms of Traumatic Stress and co-author of Risking Connection in Faith Communities: A Training Curriculum for Faith Leaders Supporting Trauma Survivors.