Author

Claire Palomo


Date of Publication

June 2019

Coaching for Health Care Clinicians

The Stanford Health Improvement Program (HIP) offers an individualized Coaching program for Health Care clinicians. This program is approved for STAP and EA (Tuition Reimbursement) Funds. 

Learn more & register

This program is open to physicians, PhD’s, residents, fellows, physician and medical assistants, nurses, Advance Practice Providers (APP), behavioral health providers, therapists, psychiatrists and other non-physician licensed clinicians.

The Program includes: 

  • 6-session or 3-session package of one-on-one Coaching (remote or in person)
  • A dedicated Health coach, certified from an accredited coaching program and/or a Nationally Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach

Topics include:

  • Self-advocacy
  • Boundary development
  • Perfectionism
  •  Self-compassion
  • Home and/or work efficiency
  • Handling difficult conversations
  • Maintaining meaning and purpose
  • Reducing social isolation

 

About the Program: 

In response to WellMD’s call for additional personal resilience resources, the Stanford Health Improvement Program (HIP) is offering a Health Coaching program.

The program begins and ends with a Personal Health Inventory self-assessment, so participants can see their progress. Participants are guided through the process, to create sustainable progress in health and professional fulfillment.

Learn more & register

For more information, please contact healthcoaching@stanford.edu.

Notes: 1 Dyrbye LN, Shanafelt, TD, Sinsky, CA, Cipriano PF, Bhatt J, Ommaya A, West CP, and Meyers D. Burnout Among Health Care Professionals: A Call to Explore and Address This Underrecognized Threat to Safe, High-Quality Care. National Academy of Medicine. July 2017. 2 Snow K and Keyes A. Burnout among physicians a pervasive problem that can lead to major medical errors. NBC News. Nov. 2018.