How To Improve Your Relationships: A workshop for women physicians

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How To Improve Your Relationships: A workshop for women physicians

If you are thriving in your career but struggling in your personal relationships, find out why and what to do.

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Doctors have to put work from and center for at least a decade in order to complete our training, and we are rewarded with meaningful work which changes lives.

But, while our careers are thriving, our relationships take a backseat. We struggle to connect with the people we love and care about the most: our partners, our children, our parents, our family. We may find, as we take a moment of perspective about our lives, that these same difficulties are replayed in our relationships with our friends and colleagues.

There are 3 nearly universal reasons why successful physicians find themselves struggling in their personal lives. During this workshop, we will explore the root causes of relationship difficulties which are common specifically in physicians, and discuss what to do to get your relationships back on track.


This workshop is limited to women physicians who hold an MD or DO degree. If you are interested in the theme of this workshop, but you do not have an MD or DO degree, please contact Elizabeth Hughes ( We will be happy to put you on a waiting list for future events.

You will earn Continuing Medical Education credit for this program. We will provide a link to claim CME credit to everyone who attends the workshop.

Because of the intimate nature of this workshop, we will not be sending out a replay of the event. Please do not register if you cannot attend the workshop at the scheduled time.

Refunds are available if you cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the workshop. (Please note Eventbrite fees are not refundable.) If need to cancel, please contact Elizabeth Hughes (

Please plan to use a laptop or desktop computer for this event. Some portions of this interactive event will not function on a phone or tablet connection.

About your hosts:

Elizabeth Hughes is a dermatologist, inventor, author, and coach with an outside-the-box approach to health, wellbeing, personal satisfaction and professional success. She helps physicians break free from the brainwashing of medical training and find their genius zone.

Saru Gupta is a truth-teller, author, change agent, and coach with expertise in embodied transformation for leaders and change-makers who are stuck on the "hamster wheel of life." She supports them to create orgasmic health and relationships, along with high performing careers.