When female clinicians think of self-care the term “organizational systems” probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind (probably not even the last thing). Yet, having effective organizational systems in place at work (and home) can be such an important step in our self-care journey as they have the potential to help us feel less overwhelmed, work more efficiently, and (by doing so) can help us put more of ourselves into our day. In this episode we speak with Liz Gray, the founder of Organize and Thrive, about her passion for organizational systems, why so many of us avoid putting them in place, some early warning signs that suggest a clinician might need some support with organization, and some simple steps clinicians can take right now towards developing a more organized work system.
Liz Gray is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and "Organization Queen" on a mission to help highly sensitive entrepreneurs gain time, flexibility, and freedom by harnessing the power of systems in their businesses. Using her royal combination of mindset and systems savvy, Liz delivers powerful transformations for overwhelmed therapists during her signature Organize & Thrive VIPDays. When she's not creating spreadsheets or color-coding lists, you can find Liz cuddling with her mini goldendoodle Bailey or exploring Chicago with her husband Dave.
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