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Stress Busters’ Corner
54 minutes | Apr 13, 2015
Enjoy Life - Guilt-free!
Dr. Theresa Nicassio, Psychologist and Gourmet Raw Food Chef, comes back to give us more tips for living life to the full, enjoying life, without feeling any guilt.
53 minutes | Apr 6, 2015
Stress Busters' Corner
54 minutes | Mar 30, 2015
An Administrator's Perspective
In the previous episode, Wayne Markell, Platoon Commander for the Emergency Medical Services, spoke about his experiences with stress, when he was a from line Paramedic, and later, a supervisor, still doing calls. In this episode, he speaks from the perspective of a senior administrator in the department, having to make decisions that impact on the lives of his field staff, and trying to help them through their own stresses. He speaks about how the service has changed over the years, and the cost of stress and burnout, to the department. He also gives a few pointers about managing stress.
54 minutes | Mar 23, 2015
55 minutes | Mar 9, 2015
How Coaching Helps
In response to a number of questions regarding coaching and its role, Raji explains how a coach can help you make lasting changes in your life. Raji talks about how your own motivation is critical to anything you do, and the 10 things a coach can bring to the table, to give you the tools that will be useful to you in whatever you wish to achieve.
54 minutes | Feb 23, 2015
Design Your Work Life around your Personal Life! This week's guest, Dr. Theresa Nicassio, turns on its head, how we structure our lives. Theresa talks about setting clear boundaries between those two aspects of our lives, and describes methods to transition from one to the other, each day. She describes the Zeigernack effect, and advices us about dealing with workloads. Theresa tells us that the practitioner is not really any different from the clients
55 minutes | Feb 16, 2015
Finding Calm in the Midst of Chaos
Dr. Raji Menon interviews Dr. Kiran Dintyala, an Internal Medicine Physician, writer, and speaker, from Palm Springs, California. Kiran shares his experiences, and describes how the ability to find calmness within himself has helped him overcome some of the most stressful situations in his life. he describes the interplay of the Mind, the Thoughts, and Consciousness in the process, and how an understanding of this interplay is the first step towards peace.
56 minutes | Feb 9, 2015
A Surgeon's Survival Guide
The healthcare field is one riddled with stresses. There is no way to avoid stress. The best one can do is find ways to manage the stresses better. Dr. Jonathan White is professor of Surgery at Calgary, Canada, has a very busy schedule, and yet finds ways to include fun in his life. He talks about how he does it, and what is important to him. He shares a few tips on how to maintain your sanity in the midst of a busy, stressful life. Most importantly, he encourages you to do things you enjoy, and to take time off on a regular basis.
55 minutes | Feb 2, 2015
In order to be able to take care of others, We need to take care of ourselves first. However, this seems selfish for most health professionals, who are trained to always put others first. Our guest, Betty Healey, a Life Coach and former Physiotherapist, talks about her book and program, ME FIRST. Betty tells us why it is important to look at ourselves, and our thinking habits, and how to direct them, towards a positive outcome. Betty gives three great tips about how to bring change in life, with examples from her own experience.
57 minutes | Jan 26, 2015
More About Burnout
Stress and burnout take a huge toll on not just the person affected, but also everybody else around them, the workplace, the family, and the community at large. In this episode, Raji discusses what these consequences are, what are the causes of burnout, and what steps one can take to overcome burnout.
54 minutes | Jan 19, 2015
Introduction to Stress - Like you need that!
This is the first in a series of episodes, about the problem of stress and burnout amongst healthcare professionals. In this session, Raji will talk about the problem of stress, as it affects the healthcare professionals (or anybody else). Raji will discuss the effects of stress, and some of the consequences. This will be the forerunner for the next episode, where Raji will discuss the difference between stress and burnout, and elaborate on burnout, which is an even bigger problem.
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