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Positive Psychology in Times of Crisis

Kerri Palamara, MD, FACP, Director of the Center for Physician Well-being at Massachusetts General Hospital and Physician Coaching Services Lead for ACP, presents positive psychology strategies to use in a time of crisis. Dr. Palamara shares ideas from the coaching world including focusing on three good things, pausing to breathe, happiness boosters, sharing stories with colleagues, and more. Many of you are being asked to support the well-being of others right now. In times of great stress and uncertainty, drawing on the principles of positive psychology and coaching can be incredibly grounding.

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