Rx INNER PEACE: A PHYSICIAN'S GUIDE TO SELF-CARE
EARN 25 CME CREDITS
If you are a physician who is feeling burned out and worn down, YOU ARE NOT ALONE! There is no question that we are living in a stressful time, especially for medical professionals. If we are not careful, that exhaustion and heaviness will carry over to how we treat our patients. You have the power to take control of your mind and body! Let me help you get there!
Join Robyn Tiger, M.D. for an 8 module, self-paced program and earn 25 CME credits while learning how to take better care of yourself and in turn, your patients. Trauma-Informed. Evidence-Based. Secular.
ROBYN TIGER, M.D. | PROGRAM DIRECTOR
In the 3rd grade, my teacher rolled out a life-sized skeleton and I had a major aha moment. I realized for the very first time that skeletons are not just for Halloween costumes and decorations, but actually are the infrastructure that supports our bodies and at that very moment, I decided I wanted to become a physician.
Fast forward…I spent 15 years practicing Diagnostic Radiology. Not a day would go by that I wasn’t completely fascinated by what that technology provided. I felt privileged to “peer inside” my patients’ bodies and search for the etiologies behind their symptoms and illnesses. But over time, I felt incredibly stressed, anxious, imbalanced and overwhelmed and I developed many symptoms and illnesses of my own. I consulted with several of my medical colleagues, took many medications, had negative imaging studies, and was even in therapy in an effort to improve my mental health…. and….I only got worse. I came off all medications seeking another avenue to health.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
34 hours of online self-care content with no expiration
8 different self-paced modules allow you to learn at your own speed
Individual lessons are 15 minutes or less to accommodate your busy schedule
Video and audio files accessible anytime from your computer, tablet, or phone
Unlimited weekly virtual group self-care coaching sessions with replays
2 private 1:1 virtual self-care coaching sessions scheduled at your convenience
Downloadable worksheets, handouts & journals
Accessible support throughout the program by phone & email
Self-regulation tools to quickly relieve your stress & anxiety
Movements to release your chronic tension & pain (back, neck, shoulders, hips)
Calming breathing techniques
Simple methods to improve sleep
Life coaching skills to improve your mindset
How to improve your focus & concentration
To feel grounded through guided meditation
Improve your well-being and use these techniques to teach your patients and improve their well-being!
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT RX INNER PEACE
"One thing I learned during 2020 was the toll that stress takes on my body. Learning the yoga and meditation practices that Robyn teaches have been invaluable. I can't imagine trying to get through the current real-world challenge without this work. "
— Melinda Rathkopf, MD, Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
STILL NOT CONVINCED THIS PROGRAM IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Register for our free 30 minute master class where you will learn the 3 key shifts needed to become a stress free physician. As a thank you for watching you will even receive a free guided meditation. This exclusive master class is designed to help you realize the importance of taking care of yourself first and help you understand that you are not alone when it comes to feeling burned out and overwhelmed. Learn how to decrease stress & anxiety, decrease pain in your body, improve your sleep, and more! This is the first step to becoming this BEST version of yourself.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) through the joint providership of Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) and Stress Free LLC. MAHEC is accredited by the NCMS to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
MAHEC designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 25.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.