This episode is the third in our series of COVID-19 focused sessions. The goal of these sessions is to share information with health centers that can help make this challenging time a little bit easier. Today we have a continuation of our last episode “What Matters Most to You?” with Dr. Ellen Barnett. She is a recently retired family doctor who practiced for 20 years at the Integrative Medical Clinic in Santa Rosa and was on the faculty of the Sutter Family Medicine Residency from 1987 to 2016. She developed the Imagine You project as part of her work in the nonprofit Integrative Medical Clinic Foundation. Imagine You offers tools for self care that we can use for our own wellbeing and as we work with our patients and clients. In response to several recent disasters in Northern California, such as the wildfires, and now COVID-19, the Imagine You project offers trainings to organizations working with the most vulnerable in our communities. Our last episode introduced the “What Matters Most to You” tool, and focused on how to use the tool for self care. This episode will continue that conversation, going more in depth on the tool. Dr. Barnett will also share ways for health centers to use the tool in a healthcare setting with patients.
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