Michelle is a Psychologist in private practice at Michelle Trotter-Mathison, PhD LP LLC.
Why I love to teach
I have a PhD in psychology and run a private practice in Minnesota, USA. I’m the co-author of The Resilient Practitioner and co-editor of Voices from the Field: Defining Moments in Counselor and Therapist Development. I am dedicated to building practitioner resilience through self-compassion, mindfulness, and shame resilience. I am regularly invited to speak on these topics.
Courses with Michelle
Latest articles with Michelle
Practicing cognitive reframing in clinical practice
In this video, from our Burnout Prevention Masterclass: Your Path to Resilience course, we will walk you through a cognitive technique that will immediately shift your perspective on work and mark the beginning of a healthier relationship with your daily practise.
Practicing mindfulness in clinical practice
There's been a lot of talk over the years about the value of integrating mindfulness into medicine.
Recognizing imposter syndrome in doctors and other healthcare professionals
Do you sometimes worry that other doctors know more than you? Do you worry about consulting with colleagues about your toughest cases because they might discover you're not as good as them? If so, there's a good chance you're dealing with imposter syndrome. In this video, you'll learn about this insidious syndrome, why it's very common amongst doctors, and how it contributes to the development of burnout.
Defining burnout in medicine (physician burnout)
In this video, from our Burnout Prevention Masterclass: Your Path to Resilience course, we look at the complex definition of burnout, how it hides in plain sight, and why this common piece of doctor wisdom is actually a surprising sign of burnout.