Residency Programs and Institutions
Flagship 6-Session Hybrid Coaching Program
-Elevate your program's culture by combining the global benefits of group coaching with personalized one-on-one sessions and customized curricular topics.
-Group coaching enhances professional development
-One-on-one sessions empower the individual
-Brief curricular topics give them tools for growth
-Combined they develop a common language to encourage each other
Minimal time commitment for maximal value.
- 6 Group Coaching Sessions for your faculty and/or residents separately (We can focus on one PGY class or combine them)
-24 One-on-one coaching sessions to be distributed as desired (customizable)
-6 Ted-style talks pertinent to physician well-being and professional fulfillment
-Email access to the coach between sessions for all members
-AAFP Prescribed Credit up to 6 hours
-Minimal clinical disruption - Only 1 hour per session. Sessions can be recorded for those unable to attend
-Customized to weekly, biweekly, or monthly to fit your program's needs
-$5500 per group
6-week Reset Intensive Individual Coaching Option for a Resident or Faculty
-More intensive option for an individual who is struggling
-All sessions private one-on-one
-External, confidential coaching support with individual attention.
-Six positive psychology-based coaching sessions
-Evidence-based solution for burnout, emotional exhaustion, resilience, and quality of life
Minimal clinical disruption for maximal individual impact at accessible pricing
-Six 45 minute, one-on-one coaching sessions, personalized to the individual's needs
-Email Access to the coach between sessions
-Confidential - we report to the program only the number of sessions attended and the level of engagement (1-3) the individual displayed.
-Pre and post-course wellness assessment
-BONUS: 6 short video modules with worksheets that offer supportive topics for the individual to improve efficiency, mindset, and fulfillment.
-$1250 per individual
Hannah B, MD - fellow
The evidence is growing
Leaders across medicine have discovered the benefits of coaching.
Now resident and faculty physicians can access this critical tool for their careers.
Frank Verloin deGruy III, MD, MSFM
Woodward-Chisholm Professor and Chair
Department of Family Medicine
University of Colorado School of Medicine
I use a professional coach regularly, and it improves my leadership and decision-making every month. I grew up as a competitive diver, and every diver has a coach. For that matter, every competitive athlete and team, even the best, have coaches. I could not imagine that my professional work, which is infinitely more complex and consequential, would not benefit from expert, professional scrutiny and feedback. It has. In my opinion, professional coaching is the most effective form of continuing education. A professional coach can help you see your blind spots; can help you clarify your decision making process; can help you build more constructive and therapeutic relationships with patients and colleagues. Engaging a professional coach has been the best professional investment of my career.
We developed custom topics identified through a faculty and recent graduate needs assessment across 3 programs that enhance professional and personal fulfillment and overall wellness. Additional topics were developed based on requests by residents, faculty, and recent graduates and identified common themes that come up in coaching resident and faculty family physicians.
Efficiency and time management
Purpose in career
Giving and receiving feedback
Confidence, Control, and Acceptance
Navigating Relationships (professional and personal)
Positive coping skills