Dr. Jessica Chen is a clinical psychologist and Assistant Professor at the University of Washington.
She has focused her career on trauma-focused psychotherapy and research designed to promote health equity for underserved population.
In this episode, she shares some of her experiences as a woman of color navigating the challenges of academic medicine and other healthcare spaces not designed to empower women of color.
Listen to find out why she believes that women of color make the best bosses!
And, then consider what you can do as a healthcare leader to share your power and create resilient and supportive spaces for people of color. Hint, it starts with recruiting people of color or other marginalized identities who specialize in creating safe and supportive spaces to join your organization!
Bio - Dr. Jessica Chen - https://www.jessicachenphd.com/about
To work with Dr. Jessica Chen - https://www.jessicachenphd.com/
Kemi Doll - 10 lies of academic medicine: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1729958/8308329-01-ten-lies-of-academic-medicine
Leadership Strategy Session: https://forms.office.com/r/ZM6Q4h7q9k
If you’re doing the internal work to transform yourself as a leader to maximize your impact on your healthcare system – I want something more for you. That is precisely why I got into working with healthcare leaders and leadership teams in the first place.
Join me for a complimentary Leadership Strategy Session (https://forms.office.com/r/ZM6Q4h7q9k) where you’ll have a chance to consider your values and develop a strategy to realign your actions with your core values.
Contact me (email@example.com) if you have questions or want additional details about this free Strategy Session. And keep in mind…because of the very special nature of this mindfulness-based work, just a few seats are available each month!