CONNECT 2020: Optimizing Resilience for You and Your Community: Preventing and managing medical provider burnout in the 2020 Era of COVID-19 & BLM ~ Brittany Linton, PhD




Speaker Bio: Dr. Brittany Linton focuses on helping each person better understand the psychological and health mechanisms at play in their everyday lives by building actionable skills to shape their potential for change. With a PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Linton currently works as a licensed clinical psychologist in San Francisco, California, as an integrated health psychologist and Director for Primary Care & Mental Health Integration for the Veterans Healthcare System. She works on interdisciplinary health teams to ensure every person has access to meet all of their needs - physical and mental - in one location. She also lectures on resiliency strategies, improving communication, and addressing diversity, inclusivity, and healthcare disparity. As a former clinical operations leader for Mindstrong Health, a venture-backed mental health startup, Dr. Linton also brings a background in healthcare technology, and now serves as a consultant to tech companies and innovation organizations. Dr. Linton believes in continual innovation and improvement in our health and our healthcare, whether at the individual level of one-on-one sessions, around a collaborative table for creative ideas, or when speaking to larger audiences to educate and empower.

*Certified by the WANP for 1 Category 1 continuing education credit for Washington NDs*

(Originally presented on October 10, 2020)