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August 5, 2020
7:00-8:00PM

Physician Well-Being - Session 4

Medical Family Relationships: Keys for Coping in Unprecedented Times

Virtual Gathering

Presented by Wayne M. Sotile, PhD
Founder, Sotile Center for Resilience and the Center for Physician Resilience
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Zoom Webinar:

In this hour-long session, Dr. Sotile will share the seven keys to broadening and deepening your most important relationships and the coping challenges and solutions that come when your family patterns are turned upside-down.

Learning Objectives:

  • Coping challenges and solutions that come when your family patterns are turned upside-down.

  • How work ambivalence can ruin medical family life.

  • Myths and truths about “burnout hysteria” and “the mythical balanced life.”

  • Distinguishing features of resilient medical families gleaned from recent research.

  • Strengths and challenges for one- and two-doctor relationships.

  • Keys to thriving second-half medical families.

  • Four strategies for “divorce-proofing” any relationship suggested by research with medical families.

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2020-08-05 19:00:00 2020-08-05 20:00:00 America/Detroit Physician Well-Being - Session 4 Presented by Wayne M. Sotile, PhDFounder, Sotile Center for Resilience and the Center for Physician ResilienceRead Bio > RSVP to Attend > Zoom Webinar: In this hour-long session, Dr. Sotile will share the seven keys to broadening and deepening your most important relationships and the coping challenges and solutions that come when your family patterns are turned upside-down. Learning Objectives: Coping challenges and solutions that come when your family patterns are turned upside-down. How work ambivalence can ruin medical family life. Myths and truths about “burnout hysteria” and “the mythical balanced life.” Distinguishing features of resilient medical families gleaned from recent research. Strengths and challenges for one- and two-doctor relationships. Keys to thriving second-half medical families. Four strategies for “divorce-proofing” any relationship suggested by research with medical families. Virtual Gathering