Professional Boundaries for Values-Driven Clinicians: Protect Your Energy in Private Practice
March 6, 2023 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am PST
Clinicians working in private practice have a lot to consider when it comes to managing their time and energy. Setting boundaries with clients, colleagues, and self is important in maintaining relationships and reducing burnout.
This webinar will allow clinicians to reflect on boundaries they already have in place and provide the tools and language to set professional boundaries in their own business or practice. We’ll cover topics like working within your values, planning breaks or vacations, building boundaries into your framework with clients, creating mindfulness in scheduling, and more.
Following this presentation, participants will be able to:
- Learn strategies to set professional boundaries that align their work with their values.
- Be able to organize and delegate time and energy more effectively in private practice.
- Learn how to build boundaries with clients, colleagues, and self into their business framework.
Karlee Golightly, MPP-D, RD, RYT (they/them) Bio:
Karlee Golightly is a queer & gender expansive dietitian who takes an intersectional, therapeutic approach to their work to support and uplift folks in marginalized bodies. In addition to seeing courageous clients in their private practice, Moxie Mind, they counsel other brave, thoughtful dietitians who care deeply about their clients and anti-oppressive work. Aside from 1:1 and group supervision for RDs, Karlee also teaches nutrition at MSU Denver and hosts Counseling Skills for Dietitians Who Give a Damn – a virtual training series for RDs to hone their skills through an affirming lens.