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Bring more acceptance and peace-of-mind into your ethical (and life) dilemmas

Russ Harris, MD is known for his ability to translate big Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Theories into practical guides when we’re in the midst of suffering. Ethical dilemmas by definition don’t have quick, easy solutions that often involve reckoning with complex moral emotions (e.g., guilt, righteousness, disgust, embarrassment). The capacity to open up to these …

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Ethics, Moral Injury, & Clinical Practice

Want to learn more about Moral Emotions and how they impact our professional decision-making and health?  Join me for one of my upcoming Ethics & Clinical Practice Talks (slides included):  May 10, 2022 “It was just wrong.” The rise in moral distress in healthcare and current treatments for moral injury.  Thank you attendees. Here are …

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Stress and the Medical System

Five years ago I could have written an informative article about how stressful the medical system can be both for the patients and the providers. Today, this issue is so amplified, spotlighted, and replayed that it’s hardly news to anyone.  We see an increased incidence of stress-related conditions like Heart Disease, Asthma, Obesity, Insomnia, Diabetes, …

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