During times of medical crisis, everyone turns to doctors! Who helps the helpers? This workshop will assist doctors with identification of their own self-care needs, provide stress management strategies for both them and their patients as well as provide tips on how to speak to patients to ease their COVID-19 concerns.
- Recognize/address your own fears
- Stress management & Self-care strategies
- Resources and tips on how to ease patients’ worries
Kerry Doyle, LICSW, RYT-200 is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Southern California Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. Her practice experience includes both mental health and health clinical social work in the hospital, school, and private practice settings. As a wellness trainer for a national employee assistance program, Kerry provided workshops on stress management, emotional intelligence, leadership, and yoga. Her professional interests also include the study of trauma-sensitive mindfulness, compassion fatigue, and trauma responsive outcomes. She received her undergraduate degree from Brown University and her Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University. She is currently completing her Doctorate in Clinical Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania.