How to cope when a doctor dies by suicide

FREE Special Edition 'Permission to Thrive' Webinar



- How to cope when you receive shocking news about colleagues

- The common thoughts, feelings and reactions when someone dies by suicide

- Helpful strategies to guide you through those first few difficult weeks and months

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Presented By... 

Dr Rachel Morris, is a former GP turned Executive Coach, Speaker and host of the popular You are Not a Frog podcast - sharing life hacks for doctors so they can beat burnout and work happier. 

Rachel knows what it’s like to feel overwhelmed and one crisis away from not coping. She believes that you don’t need to do a dramatic career change to thrive in your 9-5 (or 8-8) but there are simple changes you can make that will make a HUGE amount of difference.

Rachel now specialises in resilience in the workplace for doctors and runs The Shapes Toolkit training helping them make the most of their one wild and precious life (thank you Mary Oliver!)

Dr Caroline Walker, is Founder of The Joyful Doctor, an NHS-based psychiatrist and a specialist in the mental health and wellbeing of doctors.  She is an inspirational speaker, trainer and coach who is passionate about reducing stigma for doctors struggling with their mental health and wellbeing.

Caroline has first hand experience of how the pressures of working in medicine can impact on your life through burnout, bipolar disorder and addiction.  She got tired of seeing her colleagues succumbing to the constant pressures of work - leading many to become disillusioned, depressed and in some cases even suicidal - and she had to do something!

For over 10 years Caroline has helped overworked and under appreciated doctors who struggle with their mental health or career choices to stop ‘just existing’ and instead embrace life and take steps towards a happier, healthier, more fulfilled life and career. 

Caroline founded The Joyful Doctor to support even more doctors to get the help they need, without fear of judgement of negative consequences.


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