Thanks to Heather Fork, MD, for joining me on "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner!"
I first interviewed Heather about her coaching practice several years ago for Medscape.com, and she has valuable experience to share. Heather is a former dermatologist but discovered that private practice didn't align with her personality and long-term goals.
Dr. Fork became a physician career strategist and Master certified Coach 12 years ago. She has 2,500 hours of training and is accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Since then, she has helped hundreds of physicians address career challenges such as the "Imposter Syndrome," burnout, and even boredom after years in a successful practice. Heather discusses who needs a coach, how to find a coach, when someone might need a therapist in addition to a coach, and how much coaching might cost.
Please join us for this engaging 25-minute interview!
You can listen to Heather's weekly podcast, "The Doctor's Crossing Carpe Diem Podcast," here: https://doctorscrossing.com/podcast-1
You can contact Heather at her website: https://doctorscrossing.com, where you can also find many free self-help resources.
Many thanks, Heather, for appearing on The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner!
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