Alan Lorenz, MD

I was born and raised in Madison, WI, completed my undergraduate degree at Stanford, and did some graduate school in clinical psychology in Palo Alto. I then returned to the University of Wisconsin for medical school. I moved to NY, for my Family Medicine Residency, Family Systems Fellowship, and Family Therapy Training at the University of Rochester. Despite moving west, then east, I have maintained my core Midwestern values. I trained with George Engel (biopsychosocial model) for a couple of years, co-authored a couple books, and spent a decade practicing in a lovely, rural family practice in upstate New York. I spent another decade as faculty in the Family Medicine Residency before working at the University Health Service as – among other things – “the doctor’s doctor.”

I strive to be thoughtful, systemic, and bring a practical, individualized approach to each and every person.

When not working, I enjoy connecting with people, skiing (especially helicopter), hiking, biking, most everything outdoors, reading, writing, and just hanging out.

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Ali Faris, PsyD

My passion for working closely with medical teams has lead me to my work in hospital and outpatient medical settings, including in the field of oncology. In my work I have directly witnessed the struggles of healthcare professionals and have learned how to support these providers through the many challenges they face in their professional and personal lives.

My approach focuses on honoring your knowledge in the hope of creating an empowering environment where you benefit from freedom to discover your strengths, resiliencies, and courage. It is important to me that we consider culture, history, and identity in the context of what you are struggling with. I truly appreciate the beautiful complexity that makes each of us who we are.

I specialize in working with clinicians struggling with burnout, stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD/trauma, grief/loss, relationship struggles, existential crisis, transitions, performance challenges, self-worth, and perfectionism. In additional I have experience working with clinicians with serious medical conditions such as cancer, neurological disorders, brain and spinal cord injuries.

When not working, I can be found doing many physical activities including circus arts and spending time catching up with friends and family.

Amy Trachter, PsyD PhD

I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with people struggling with substance use issues, relationship problems, learning disorders, and eating and weight difficulties. I have specialized training in working with those who have experienced trauma. I spent the early part of my career in academics at the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami working with those living with medical conditions and substance use disorders.

Throughout my career I have focused on working with people with both physical and mental health difficulties, many of those with acute and chronic medical disorders including Crohn’s Disease, IBS, hepatitis, cancer, cardiac and liver disease including those on the waiting list for transplant and people living with HIV/AIDS. I also have extensive expertise working with people with dementia, traumatic brain injury, CVA/Stroke, and other cognitive difficulties.

I was a special education teacher prior to becoming a psychologist and am a strong advocate for those with special needs. I care deeply about the needs of those I work with. I am particularly interested in working with people to improve interpersonal relationships and communication skills.

I live in Bergen County, New Jersey, and enjoy hiking, running and yoga.

Meet with Amy in Florida, New Jersey, and New York.

Amy Romain, MSW

I am  a licensed clinical social worker with over 30 years of experience collaborating with healthcare professionals in inpatient and primary care settings, and 20+ years’ experience educating and supporting residents, fellows, medical students and mental health trainees.

I enjoy helping physicians navigate the challenges and tensions in their professional and personal lives. I bring a holistic approach to care utilizing mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, reflective practices and strategies to promote healthy coping and enhance wellbeing.

I love spending time in nature – in the woods, on or in the water, gardening, and spending time with loved ones.

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Angela Wendorf, PhD

I am a clinical health psychologist and have worked in multidisciplinary teams in medical settings for over a decade working with medical and nursing trainees. Working alongside healthcare professionals I have witnessed the struggles involved in balancing the challenges of life that are amplified by the demands of training and working in healthcare.

In my practice, I take an integrative approach to therapy, drawing from cognitive, behavioral, and mindfulness-based practices. I incorporate a values-based approach to guide meaningful change, growth, and wellness.

I have expertise and passion for working with people on insomnia, coping with acute and chronic medical conditions, and health behavior and lifestyle changes.

I am originally from Wisconsin, trained in California, and now call New England my home. Outside of work, I love being outdoors and exploring trails, mountains, and waterways with my husband and tiny (but mighty!) Chiweenie.

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Ann Maloney, MD

I am a psychiatrist and have been affiliated with training programs for 18 years. I really enjoy helping trainees navigate along their path. My own path took some detours, changing careers from nursing to medicine in my 30s. Born in Wisconsin, somehow I ended up at the Univ. of Vermont College of Medicine and to my PGY1-6 years at UNC Chapel Hill. Yes, two fellowships. I certainly recognize that trainees have a really heavy cognitive load on the way to being an attending. I have compassion for the struggles and understand well the many cultures within cultures of medicine.

When not seeing patients, you may find me on the water rowing, raising my teenagers with my wife, and out getting fresh produce to feed our ‘non-stop eating’ pandemic pet rabbit, Dash.

Meet with Ann in Massachusetts (for CHA GME, UMass GME, or St. Elizabeth’s Psychiatry only).

Brian Sandoval, PsyD

I am a licensed psychologist with over a decade of experience working in the “trenches” of primary care with medical providers and residents. I’ve heard consistently that practicing medicine can be incredibly rewarding and draining – sometimes on the same day. I wholeheartedly believe that supporting providers through these ups and downs is critical to sustaining our health care system. While that support can take many forms, I have often found myself helping providers manage the consistent tension between their occupational calling, the toll it takes on their personal lives, and the concrete stress of daily clinical practice.
My approach to clinical care is both compassionate and practical. Each provider brings a unique experience and history, and I aim to help individuals function more effectively in their personal and professional lives as soon as possible. My focus is not on psychological labels but instead on helping people cope and get “unstuck” through evidence-based approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). If you’re interested in learning more, I’m happy to offer an initial 20-minute consultation call so we can determine together the best approach for your situation.
On a personal level, I love taking road trips with my family, coaching my sons’ sports teams, eating tacos, and watching soccer (the “real” football.)

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Brian Van Buren, PhD

I am a licensed clinical psychologist and have spent several years training and working in academic medical centers throughout New York City and Boston. After receiving my PhD, I completed a post-doctoral fellowship focused on the treatment of post-traumatic stress.
I have spent most of my career working in hospitals and understand the unique pressures of inpatient medicine, rounding on the wards, and caring for people with complex medical problems. I am passionate about partnering with healthcare professionals to foster wellness, resilience, and meaning in their personal and professional lives. Working in healthcare, there are many opportunities for exposure to traumatic events and I work with people to address the residue of this work.
In my spare time, I enjoy running, spending time with family and friends, and exploring all that New England has to offer.

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Cali-Ryan Collin, MSW, PhD

I am a licensed independent clinical social worker and have my doctorate in Interdisciplinary Health Professions Education. I am a fierce advocate for health equity and have 10 years of clinical practice experience in healthcare settings. I have experience working in health professions education institutions and understand the unique demands placed on early career healthcare professionals. I have a clinical speciality in the areas of substance use and queer affirming care.

I love getting outside and spending time with my wife, fur baby, and human baby.

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Cassie Sieg, PsyD

I am a licensed psychologist who has worked in medical settings over ten years, including in the ED, ICU, inpatient psychiatry, and outpatient clinics. I also spent five years as an active duty officer in the Navy where I focused on helping service members and medical professionals build resilience and improve their performance when under stress.
My approach balances self-awareness and practical skill building. I believe it can be empowering to understand why we respond the way we do–and necessary to learn new skills for changing those responses. I specialize in treating grief, trauma, work stress, relationship conflict, addiction, and depression. I am also passionate about working with clients to adapt therapy to their culture and life experiences.
I love living in the Pacific Northwest where I split my time between hiking in the woods, training rescue animals, and being mediocre at video games.

Claudia Allen, PhD JD ABPP

I’m a board-certified clinical psychologist with a passion for supporting health care professionals in living healthy lives and finding joy in their work. I’ve been working in academic medicine for almost two decades teaching and mentoring family medicine, pediatric and psychiatry residents. I have also been caring for physicians and nurses for many years in my counseling practice. Being a clinician can take so much out of us and it can be so important to stay tuned in to our own core values and needs. There is so much pressure on clinicians to help others while covering up our own wounds. I love providing a safe space for healthcare professionals to consider their needs and figure out how to move towards well-being.

I use a holistic approach rooted in attachment and Emotion Focused Therapy melded with cognitive behavioral and mindfulness techniques. I have expertise in couples work and parenting. With couples, I use Emotion Focused Couples Therapy and in the parenting arena I am guided by attachment theory and positive parenting. I co-authored a book on my approach to parenting adolescents called Escaping the Endless Adolescence: Helping our Teens Grow Up Before They Grow Old.

I live in Virginia and Maine and love painting, recreational sports, being in nature, hiking with my therapy dog, Scout, and spending time with my husband and three adult children.

Dan Johnson, PhD, Education Lead

I am a licensed clinical psychologist in Massachusetts and strive to use my training to help folks act in line with their values, live meaningfully, and extend compassion towards others (and themselves!). I have had the privilege of working in several hospital systems in MA and CO and have supported physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and other healthcare professionals in navigating career and personal challenges. I joined Tend Health in 2022 andbring my principles of valued living, compassionate care, and healthcare equity to the educational and group sessions offered by Tend Health as Tend’s Education and Facilitation Lead. When I am living by my values, you will find me meditating, spending time with siblings and their families, hiking with my partner, trying to keep up in my basketball league, jamming in my car to some old school punk rock, and building community for racial justice.

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Ed Boudreaux, PhD

I am a cognitive-behavioral clinical psychologist who has worked for 30 years across a variety of medical settings, ranging from outpatient clinics to emergency departments to inpatient medical and psychiatric units. I not only have a deep expertise with evidence-based approaches to assessing, formulating, and treating the root causes leading to dysfunction in an individual’s life, as a Professor working in an academic medical school setting, I also have close personal experience working alongside and training a broad range of healthcare professionals.

I understand the unique pressures healthcare providers experience, especially in the context of modern healthcare where pressure is generated not only from caring for sick patients but also navigating an increasingly complex and bureaucratic system that zaps much of the satisfaction from the work.

My approach includes careful attention to identifying and growing an individual’s existing strengths, as well as building new ways of thinking, behaving, and relating to others that foster mindfulness, meaning, connectedness, and resilience.

Outside of work, my wife and I spend most of our time raising our two children, maintaining our Victorian home – which is like our third child! – tending our garden, and building birdhouses. I also enjoy traveling, reading science fiction, relaxing on my front porch, and brewing beer.

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Emily Traupman, PhD

I am a clinical health psychologist with 10+ years experience working in a variety of medical settings, from level 1 trauma center to inpatient rehabilitation hospital to primary care clinic. For the past 5+ years I have been working in family medicine residency education. I am engaged in interdisciplinary work on clinician wellness, justice, equity, and inclusion work, social determinants of health, and medical ethics.

I enjoy helping physicians connect with their values and the meaning within and outside of work to maintain their purpose or “north star” around which we shape our lives. My approach is collaborative, individualized, and holistic incorporating Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, and Interpersonal Therapy. I work with health professionals on burnout, stress, mood, anxiety, PTSD/trauma, performance challenges, perfectionism, and coping with acute and chronic medical conditions. When not working I enjoy practicing yoga, hiking, paddle boarding, baking, reading, and long walks with my dog.

Esther Schwartz, PhD, ABPP

I am a board-certified clinical psychologist who has practiced primarily in academic medical settings. I have an appreciation for the mental, emotional, and physical endurance it takes for medical professionals to train and to provide the care they do, as well as an understanding of the context in which they may be experiencing difficulties.

While I am a generalist in my training and practice, I have particular expertise in the treatment of anxiety, OCD, and PTSD. Whether you are coming to therapy to work on an identified clinical problem or to understand yourself better, I will encourage you to invest in intentional practices that augment your wellbeing in the long run. My therapeutic style is active and informal. I listen closely, with great care, and with a desire to understand who you are, what is important to you, and where you hope to be as a result of our work together. I hope therapy is a catalyst for a more expansive experience of your life.

I am from Los Angeles originally, and have lived in Lubbock, Texas for over a decade. In my free time, I gravitate to Hobbit-type pleasures: eating, socializing, and all things jolly.

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Gabriela Ramirez, PsyD

I am a clinical health psychologist with experience working in medical education. I have assisted medical students adjusting to the stressors of medical school and applying to residency. I have also worked with residents, training them in behavioral health techniques.

Assisting fellow healthcare professionals with burnout is near and dear to my heart, as I have experienced (and overcome) burnout myself. As a mother I am also passionate about working with mothers in healthcare, as we face unique challenges in meeting the demands of multiple roles. My therapeutic style draws mainly from 3rd wave CBT therapies like DBT, ACT, Radically Open DBT, and mindfulness. One saying from DBT that guides my therapeutic style is the concept of “creating a life worth living”, and how to do that under some of the stressors that come with working in healthcare.

I have specialized training in working with patients diagnosed with an eating disorder and with patients experiencing chronic pain. I enjoy working with people to help them make small or large changes in their lives to create a life that they take pleasure in living.

In my personal time, I like to practice yoga, travel with friends, cook, and spend time with family.

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Jake Austin, PsyD

As a health psychologist my practice centers on whole person wellness. I strive to work collaboratively with patients to help them develop the insight necessary to break out of limiting thought and behavioral patterns that prevent flourishing and well-being.

For the past ten years I’ve worked in primary care, supporting medical providers in caring for patients across the lifespan and addressing the variety of health concerns common to family medicine, internal medicine, women’s health, and pediatrics.

My clinical interests include men’s mental health, grief, geropsychology/older adult care, suicide prevention, parenting, and working at the intersection of science and spirituality. I have emerging competence in couples work, family systems, and behavioral skill development for managing ADHD and ASD. I mainly employ an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy approach to my work, informed by my training in traditional CBT and Family Systems Theory.

When I’m not on the clock, I am remodeling our old home, fishing, hiking, reading or writing. I also enjoy endurance sports and spend an inordinate amount of time dreaming about someday hiking the Camino de Santiago.

Jennifer Ayres, PhD, ABPP

I have been practicing as a licensed psychologist for 20 years and began working in medical settings 25 years ago as a graduate student. I have worked in hospitals, primary care, community mental health centers, schools, shelters, and residential facilities. My approach is authentic, practical, collaborative, trauma-informed, integrative, and begins with a gentle invitation: “Tell me what’s bringing you here and how I can help.” I am board-certified in clinical psychology and am a trained teacher of mindfulness and Mindful Self-Compassion. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, reading, writing, and exploring new places with my twin sons and our dogs.

Julie Morris, PhD

As a native New Yorker, I like to say that I was born interested in human behavior; that interest eventually led to a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Wyoming (Go Pokes!). Since that time, I have worked exclusively in Academic Medical Centers alongside medical colleagues. When working with patients I provide an affirming space to say things perhaps never spoken before. My therapeutic approach is evidence-based, mindful, creative, and when needed, kindly challenging. I value you, what you have to say, and our time together.  In my free time I value time spent in nature, in movement, in artistic creation, and time with my loved ones.

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Katherine Bergs, PhD

Dr. Katherine Bergs is originally from North Carolina and trained at East Carolina University (Go Pirates!) in both Marriage and Family Therapy and Clinical Health Psychology. After finishing training in the Family Medicine department at the University of Colorado, she has been in Family Medicine residency education in Fort Worth, Texas for the past 5 years. In that role, she has been involved in training of medical students, residents, and behavioral medicine learners. Additionally, she has a strong interest in physician well-being and impairment concerns. Her clinical interests include couples therapy, sleep, and brief behavioral interventions. In her spare time, she enjoys watching football and any chance to go to the beach.

Laura Lovato, PhD

I have over ten years of experience working in hospitals and primary care settings as both a colleague and therapist to health professionals. One of the most meaningful professional experiences I’ve had was working with medical trainees. I understand the sacrifice and resilience it takes to be a health professional and the challenges of managing personal well-being under the weight of exceptional responsibility and stress. I have an integrative approach to therapy, using experiential, relational, and cognitive-behavioral techniques to help clients develop practical skills that support a greater sense of clarity and confidence and help them reconnect with the meaning in their professional and personal lives. I strive to be transparent, genuine, and warm and hope my clients feel seen and appreciated for their humanness and not a diagnosis.

Marilyn Piccirillo, PhD

I have nearly 10 years of experience helping folks navigate challenging emotions and experiences, particularly within the context of anxiety, stress/trauma/PTSD, OCD, substance misuse, and suicidality. I strongly value a collaborative approach to therapy and am skilled at tailoring evidence-based treatments (e.g., CBT, ACT, ERP, and DBT) to fit your individual needs.

I'm grateful to have worked alongside health professionals in multiple medical organizations and maintain several close relationships with those working in healthcare. I draw on these experiences to help me understand the unique challenges of being a healthcare provider.

As a human and therapist, I strive to be radically genuine and I aim to bring my expressive, goofy, and irreverent self into our work together. I prioritize being direct and compassionate and am committed to understanding you - as best as I’m able.

In my free time, I enjoy relaxing outdoors, snuggling my two cats, or testing out spicy curry recipes.

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Marta Pagán-Ortiz, PhD

I am a licensed psychologist with over a decade of clinical experience working with adults. I have worked in academic medical centers and teaching hospitals alongside medical professionals and trainees. Many of my patients have been medical professionals and I’m aware of the unique stressors they face.

I’ve worked with individuals facing a range of issues, including transitions, professional challenges, relationship concerns, and chronic health conditions. I also have specialized training in traumatic stress and working with populations with marginalized backgrounds and identities. I’m passionate about working holistically and collaboratively to help individuals feel safe, feel heard, understand their needs, their strengths, and develop ways to face their challenges effectively. I was born and raised in Puerto Rico, and I’m happy to work with patients in Spanish, as well as in English.

Outside of work, I value spending time with my family and my community, as well as reading and writing.

Meet with Marta in FloridaMassachusetts and New York.

Megan Welsh, MSW

I am a licensed independent clinical social worker with experience in medical settings alongside diverse clinical treatment teams. I am passionate about normalizing life’s struggles and heartaches. I believe in the power of relationships to heal. My style is relational and psychodynamic oriented. I tend to use humor and have an authentic approach. I am EMDR trained – an evidence-based treatment for trauma and for examining and changing limiting beliefs. In my free time I enjoy travel, beach days, eating delicious food, and spending time with my family.

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Naomi Schwenke, PhD, LMFT

I received my doctoral training in Family Social Science from Loma Linda University, and as a licensed marriage and family therapist I have ten years of experience working in hospitals, community mental health centers, schools, and private practice. Inspired by my work with physicians and healthcare workers I completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Loma Linda University Health and Medical School in the Office of Physician Vitality. I am passionate about supporting the behavioral and emotional needs of individuals who spend their time supporting others. My work with healthcare professionals addresses anxiety, depression, PTSD, grief and loss, and relationship concerns.

My area of expertise is helping people understand the ways in which their nervous system is responding to their experiences and how to regulate it. We often know the stories that accompany our experiences, and we may be aware of our emotional and behavioral responses, yet we may not know how it’s connected to our nervous system or what to do with overwhelming nervous system responses.

I love spending time with my family and enjoying the brief, but wonderful Minnesota summers at the lake or working in my garden.

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Shauna Finley, PhD

As a clinical psychologist who has been working in academic medicine for over 15 years, I understand the career and lifestyle challenges that healthcare professionals face. I endeavor to “help the helpers.” Environmental challenges in the healthcare field can create obstacles in delivering care and contribute to provider stress and burnout. Rigorous training and a culture of ambition can, ironically, contribute to poor mental health in practitioners.

I offer evidence-based, cognitive-behavioral therapy approaches that can help to stress-proof your mind from anxiety and depression. Whether you are having difficulty concentrating, fatigue, irritability, low moods, poor sleep, or just feeling stuck in a rut, I am here to help. Through therapy, you can increase your ability to regulate your emotions, build healthy behavioral habits, self-soothe when distressed, and improve flexible thinking. I will help you protect your own mental health and carve out important life areas for a more well-rounded and balanced experience that is less vulnerable to stress.

In my personal life, I am a working mother of two daughters and enjoy being in the woods, near the ocean, or sitting in an Adirondack chair and watching a campfire.

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Shay (Stacer) Vian, PhD

As a licensed clinical psychologist with 10 years of experience working side-by -side with primary care clinicians and specialists, I’m extremely passionate about meeting the emotional needs of medical professionals serving our rural and underserved communities. I earned my PhD from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2010. Inspired by the intersection of medicine and psychology, I went on to complete a postdoctoral fellowship at Access Community Health Centers and University of Wisconsin Hospital & Clinics before venturing out to the rural Oregon coast.

When not working, my free time is spent hanging out with my daughter, engaging in creative pursuits, exploring the beautiful state of Oregon in my vintage truck camper, and traveling as much as time and funds will allow.

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Tara O'Connor

I am a board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP-BC), with a Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP). I collaborate with my clients in a whole person approach to mental health, including whether medication management is right for them. I follow evidence-based guidelines blended with clinical experience, personal observation, and intuition. My practice focus includes treatment of anxiety, trauma related conditions, mood disorders, life transitions, relationship health, expecting and postpartum parents, and consultation with other health care providers.

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Theresa Chan, PhD

As a clinician and social justice advocate, I am committed to promoting meaningful and inclusive spaces for diverse communities. My experience has been in community mental health working with multidisciplinary teams, higher education training graduate students, and tech. With my intersecting identities, I aim to empower and tailor care for healthcare professionals to heal, build community, and create collective strength at the individual and systemic level.

As a daughter of immigrants, I am energized by time spent with loved ones, especially if it involves cooking and food! I also love being active with my dog Murphy and turning my home slowly into a plant filled space.

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Ummul-Kiram Kathawalla, PhD

I am a licensed clinical psychologist and have worked on many interdisciplinary teams in medical settings. Having my own experience of being a trainee, I appreciate the complex dynamics medical trainees experience. Growing up in a physician’s household and being premed at one point in my academic past makes me aware of the challenges of finding balance in one’s life with the demands of medicine.

I have expertise in a variety of presenting concerns including work stress, relationship conflict, anxiety, depression, PTSD, insomnia, and substance use. I also have expertise and a passion for career exploration and perinatal mental health. I aim to provide culturally informed care and emphasize peoples' strengths with the hope to support everyone to live a life according to their values. I adapt my approach to my client’s needs and tend to pull from Acceptance and Committment Therapy and Mindfulness approaches.

I am originally from Minnesota (land of 10,000 lakes) and so in my free time you can find me by a body of water. When I am not swimming, I am traveling, doing yoga, watching a new show, trying new foods, and listening to live music.

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Joan Fleishman, PsyD

I have worked alongside health care clinicians my entire career, starting in 2011 rounding in the hospital and working in the ED in South Chicago. From academic medicine to rural primary care, I understand the culture of medicine and struggles and sacrifices you make to do your work. Whether it is a life transition, getting through residency, maintaining a two clinician household, relationship struggles, or recovery from a bad outcome or loss we all need a little support.

I spend my free time exploring the PNW, spoiling my fur babies, being active outside, and cooking.

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Tina Runyan, PhD, ABPP

I have been a clinical health psychologist for over 20 years and have spent my entire career working in medical settings. I began caring exclusively for health professionals, primarily physicians, in 2017. My other passion is practicing and teaching mindfulness and I am a Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) teacher at the University of Massachusetts Memorial Healthcare Center for Mindfulness.

If I can be outdoors, I will be – walking, hiking, cycling, kayaking, or lying in the grass reading. I am a proud mother of two amazing kids who bring me joy beyond measure.

Meet with Tina in California, Colorado, Massachusetts, or Virginia.