Dec 1, 2020
Today’s guest, Dr. Jill Wener, found a new passion and pursued it while working as a hospitalist. Then it became obvious to her that her new skills could help burned-out physicians.
Jill obtained her medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine and completed an Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Washington Medical Center, in Seattle Washington.
Today, Jill explains how she fell in love with Vedic Meditation. After beginning her daily meditation practice, the stress and burn out she was experiencing at work melted away.
She discovered that she wanted to help others by teaching them about meditation, and she became a Clinician Wellness Expert. Then she started teaching meditation to others and is now doing it full time.
A nationally-renowned expert in physician wellness, Dr. Wener has published several articles on KevinMD, led physician wellness programs around the country, and lectured at the national level on stress and the benefits of meditation and tapping.
She has been interviewed on multiple TV and radio shows as well as multiple podcasts.
In addition to her online and in-person meditation and tapping programs, Jill leads meditation retreats all over the world. And she is the co-founder and Chief Wellness Officer of the TransforMD Mastery Retreat for Women Physicians. Jill is also the host of the Conscious Anti-Racism Podcast.
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