If you want to serve others well,
you need to prioritize yourself.

I help women physicians clarify their goals, redefine their success and help them build a roadmap to achieve it all.

I’m a practicing, Board certified physician and high performance coach who helps female physicians prioritize themselves, redefine their vision of success as a physician and gives them the roadmap to achieve that success.

If you’re like most of the doctors I work with – hard-working and excelling in your practice – you’re seeing success with your patients, and it’s gratifying to see those paychecks come in after years and years of work in medical school and residency.

But after all those hard years of work,
do you still feel like something is missing?

  • Are you still struggling to be seen at work?

  • Are you under insane stress and ready to learn how to integrate both your professional and personal demands?

  • Do you feel like those leadership and advancement opportunities are not coming like they should be?

  • Are you ready to prioritize yourself? Do you want to carve out more time?

  • Are you ready to redefine career success on your own terms and achieve it?

  • Are you ready to start seeing more money in your bank account and still have money to spend?

What if I told you it’s possible to create a lifestyle as a physician where you are fully committed to your career, your patients and have the ability to have a personal life that is the envy of your fellow physicians?

But after all those hard years of work,
do you still feel like something is missing?

  • Are you still struggling to be seen at work?

  • Are you under insane stress and ready to learn how to integrate both your professional and personal demands?

  • Do you feel like those leadership and advancement opportunities are not coming like they should be?

  • Are you ready to prioritize yourself? Do you want to carve out more time?

  • Are you ready to redefine career success on your own terms and achieve it?

  • Are you ready to start seeing more money in your bank account and still have money to spend?

What if I told you it’s possible to create a lifestyle as a physician where you are fully committed to your career, your patients and have the ability to have a personal life that is the envy of your fellow physicians?

I know it’s possible, because I’ve done it.

And I’m here to help you do the same.

I know what it feels like to be overworked and completely stressed out as physician with no time to take care of myself or the things that mattered most to me.

But a few years ago, I took control of my life and my schedule and made some major changes.

I’ve been able to reach all these career goals, while keeping a sane schedule that allows me to raise my young children as a fully-attentive mother.

Just a few years ago, I was your typical,
stressed-out, overworked physician.

I woke up every day at 4:30 AM, “ate” my coffee for breakfast, ran out the door, and started my rapid-fire day of running around seeing all my patients, with barely any time to give them meaningful personal attention.

I didn’t have time to eat meals, lived on coffee and candy (for the sugar rush) and always felt like I was running behind.

By the end of each stressful work day, I’d still have 15-20 undone charts, a bunch of phone calls and emails I needed to return, and labs to check—but I needed to leave the office to take care of my kids.

My husband and I would sit on the couch, more like roommates than a romantic couple, as I would continue with paperwork, and calling patients. We’d rapid-fire assign each other tasks for the house and the kids.

And when I was so tired I could not even keep my eyelids up, I’d pass out, usually around 11 PM – to get a few hours of sleep before the insane cycle started again the next morning.

I was at the point where I wanted to give up on medicine altogether.

I loved helping my patients — but I hated my job, and I just could just not stand this crazy lifestyle any longer.

But, I had major debt, and crazy bills, and felt like I had no other qualifications beyond medicine. I felt trapped, and hopeless.

My husband and I took a step back and put a plan in place to take my life back.

Just a few years ago, I was your typical,
stressed-out, overworked physician.

I woke up every day at 4:30 AM, “ate” my coffee for breakfast, ran out the door, and started my rapid-fire day of running around seeing all my patients, with barely any time to give them meaningful personal attention.

I didn’t have time to eat meals, lived on coffee and candy (for the sugar rush) and always felt like I was running behind.

By the end of each stressful work day, I’d still have 15-20 undone charts, a bunch of phone calls and emails I needed to return, and labs to check—but I needed to leave the office to take care of my kids.

My husband and I would sit on the couch, more like roommates than a romantic couple, as I would continue with paperwork, and calling patients. We’d rapid-fire assign each other tasks for the house and the kids.

And when I was so tired I could not even keep my eyelids up, I’d pass out, usually around 11 PM – to get a few hours of sleep before the insane cycle started again the next morning.

I was at the point where I wanted to give up on medicine altogether.

I loved helping my patients — but I hated my job, and I just could just not stand this crazy lifestyle any longer.

But, I had major debt, and crazy bills, and felt like I had no other qualifications beyond medicine. I felt trapped, and hopeless.

My husband and I took a step back and put a plan in place to take my life back.

It’s taken time and a lot of hard work, but now I have created a professional and personal life for myself that works perfectly for our family.

This includes:

  • A liveable 8-5, M-F schedule

  • No charts or work calls at home

  • Great relationships with my patients

  • Plenty of time with my kids and husband

  • Completely paid off all my debt

  • Time to exercise 4-5 per week

…and more.

It’s taken time and a lot of hard work, but now I have created a professional and personal life for myself that works perfectly for our family.

This includes:

  • A liveable 8-5, M-F schedule

  • No charts or work calls at home

  • Great relationships with my patients

  • Plenty of time with my kids and husband

  • Completely paid off all my debt

  • Time to exercise 4-5 per week

…and more.

I’m committed to sharing how you can implement your own version of this complete lifestyle transformation and live a life of abundance.

It does not matter if you are single or married with a few children or none.

This program is for YOU.

I believe deeply in the ideals of medicine as a profession.

That’s why I’m totally committed to helping you, as a doctor, achieve a lifestyle that allows you to approach your patients with calm and caring attention, while working to advance in your career like you’ve always desired.

A lifestyle that allows you to enjoy all the personal benefits you were dreaming of when you decided to become a doctor, including an abundant and nourishing lifestyle for you and your family.

I’m here to tell you that you — yes YOU! — can bring in even more abundance to your lifestyle as a doctor, by cutting out all the non-essential distractions and bringing your practice back to the basics.

I’m here to show you the way into the dream doctor’s lifestyle you’ve always hoped for, but which has seemed out of reach for you for so many years.

Yes, it is in reach.

Will you join me, as you bring this renewed sense of calm, focus, and abundance into your practice and life?

I believe deeply in the ideals of medicine as a profession.

That’s why I’m totally committed to helping you, as a doctor, achieve a lifestyle that allows you to approach your patients with calm and caring attention, while working to advance in your career like you’ve always desired.

A lifestyle that allows you to enjoy all the personal benefits you were dreaming of when you decided to become a doctor, including an abundant and nourishing lifestyle for you and your family.

I’m here to tell you that you — yes YOU! — can bring in even more abundance to your lifestyle as a doctor, by cutting out all the non-essential distractions and bringing your practice back to the basics.

I’m here to show you the way into the dream doctor’s lifestyle you’ve always hoped for, but which has seemed out of reach for you for so many years.

Yes, it is in reach.

Will you join me, as you bring this renewed sense of calm, focus, and abundance into your practice and life?