Healthcare Professionals

Carol R, MD

“Before coaching with Dr. B, I was never able to achieve work-life balance. He has shown me the path to a much healthier lifestyle. I recommend Dr B highly."

- Carol R, MD

2018-10-29T13:35:53+00:00

- Carol R, MD

“Before coaching with Dr. B, I was never able to achieve work-life balance. He has shown me the path to a much healthier lifestyle. I recommend Dr B highly."

Dhruv M, DDS

“Dr. B’s approach to working with dentists and dental teams is unique and extremely helpful. He understands the stresses of dentistry. Using his tools, my team is happier and production is up. He’s also helped me enormously to reduce my stress as the boss!”

- Dhruv M, DDS

2018-10-29T13:35:06+00:00

- Dhruv M, DDS

“Dr. B’s approach to working with dentists and dental teams is unique and extremely helpful. He understands the stresses of dentistry. Using his tools, my team is happier and production is up. He’s also helped me enormously to reduce my stress as the boss!”

Laura P, RN

“Dr. B knows how demanding nursing is. He’s taught me to stay calm, confident and focused even under the most stressful conditions.”

- Laura P,  RN

2018-10-29T13:36:32+00:00

- Laura P,  RN

“Dr. B knows how demanding nursing is. He’s taught me to stay calm, confident and focused even under the most stressful conditions.”

Whether you are a dentist, doctor, hygienist, nurse, assistant or office manager, you are under a lot of stress every day. In addition to dealing with patient demands and emergency situations, you are also in the midst of on-going staff issues and the day-to-day problems of running an office. When stress builds, performance suffers. Not only does this affect you, the health care professional, but it also affects the patients you work with as well as your family and friends outside the office.

What are the effects of stress?

Stress can affect you negatively: physically, psychologically and spiritually. Too much stress in the workplace can cause job dissatisfaction absenteeism, accidents and high turnover.

How do you deal with stress?

When stress builds and you become exhausted, irritable, anxious or depressed you may try to relieve the stress in ways that are not healthy: drinking, over-eating, smoking. You may also take it out on others by being short tempered and easily upset. This can only make matters worse. Knowing how to effectively deal with stress and make a big difference, for yourself and for the people around you at work and at home.

How Dr. B Performance Coach can help you.

Coaching with Dr. B is a process of identifying the stressors in your work and home-life, and then learning effective ways of reducing your stress. Dr. B’s model trains you to be calm, confident and focused, so than you can handle stressful situations in an entirely different way than you have before. This not only will improve the quality of your life, but will have a positive effect on the people around you — your employees, your co-workers, your family and friends.