is an obstetrician/gynecologist with Kaiser in northern Calif. She lives with her husband and two sons in Berkeley. She practices yoga and meditation, is a serious student of flamenco dance, and is committed to helping her fellow health care professionals explore new paths for personal and career growth.
This is our thirteenth meeting of women physicians since 1997. In a community of peers and colleagues, we will reflect deeply on our personal and professional lives, encourage a better balance of work and play, and support each other in our evolution as healers. This year's theme is Telling Our Stories and Speaking our Truths.
Each day participants will experience these activities:
· Facilitated small-group seminars to explore the creativity and joy, as well as the grief and traumas, of medical training and practice