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Zoom Fatigue: Why We Have it and How to Lessen its Negative Impact

After more than a year of using video conferencing platforms such as Zoom, most of us are familiar with the exhaustion we feel at the end of a long string of video calls. Zoom fatigue can be described as feeling tired and burned out from overusing Zoom or other video conferencing programs.  We all know

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TLC Virtual Resiliency Partners with Legal Technology Leader Clio to Deliver Vital Mental Wellness Programming

March 29, 2021 – (New York, NY) –TLC Virtual Resiliency has partnered with Clio, the leader in cloud-based legal technology, to support the mental wellness of legal professionals by providing a tailored curriculum on resiliency strategies to the legal industry in a dedicated May meetup series. The TLC program is aimed at serving the needs

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TLC Virtual Resiliency is Proud to Announce its Partnership with the New York State Academy of Family Physicians

March 15, 2021 – (New York, NY) –TLC Virtual Resiliency is announcing its partnership with the New York State Academy of Family Physicians to promote mental wellness by providing its 6-week program to help New York State physicians deal with the stress of practicing that has been so severely exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.  “We

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A Resilient Return to Normal, Whatever That Means

A year ago, we faced many new challenges as the coronavirus threw the world into a panic. Many unanswered questions made us fearful of both the known and the unknown. Despite this heightened level of stress, we adjusted, and new approaches to cope with the pandemic arose. We Zoomed from room to room, and country

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Physician Burnout and the Importance of Self-Care in Building Resilience

Physician burnout has long been documented as a pervasive issue in healthcare. In fact, according to a recent survey conducted in September of 2020, 58% of physicians reported feelings of burnout. Unfortunately, there are systemic issues within healthcare that propagate the continuation of burnout culture. But, “a broken system is not an excuse to not

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How We Respond to Good News Builds Resilience Too

Connections with others and strong relationships are a foundational part of resilience. This entails being there for someone when something goes wrong, as well as being there when something goes right. If we are not there when things go right, the relationship can suffer, even if we are there every time something goes wrong. When

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