Have you ever felt totally overwhelmed with life as a physician, mother, wife, and the other dozen hats you wear?
Have you wondered if it’s always going to be like this? Or if everyone else goes through the same struggles, frustrations, and exhaustion that come with caring deeply for patients, staff, husband, and children?
I 100% have been there MANY times and know so many other fabulous physician mothers who have felt exactly the same.
Guess what? It doesn’t have to be like this. You don’t have to go through this alone. I am here for you …
8-Week Medicine, Marriage & Money Group Coaching Program for Women Physicians
Take your relationship to the next level and learn how to live a more joyful and purposeful life with your spouse:
- Twice-weekly group coaching sessions
- One-on-one coaching sessions with Kate
- Access to a private, members-only Facebook group
- Physician-coaching library includes self-coaching methods and tools
- Accountability partners for peer support
The Medicine, Marriage, and Money group coaching program is an 8-week course for female physicians looking to
Be more intentional about planning (and actually executing) more date nights and one-on-one time.
Find harmony in relationships and communicate with less tension, arguments, and disruptive fights.
Have more intimacy and connection.
Feel and show more love and appreciation.
Create financially aligned and value-based relationship goals and set up a plan for success.
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Is This Program Right for Me?
Meet course creator and coach, Kate Mangona, MD, and learn about the Medicine, Marriage & Money group coaching program to decide if it's right for you!
Kate’s coaching helped me realize that I have been very closed with myself and others which means I have held back and resisted many things in the last several months or more! It helped me understand that by being more open and patient with myself, I can be more accepting of others and create boundaries that are not walls, but more likely bridges. I noticed that I am less present when I let other people’s thoughts and words affect me. I only have control over myself so I need to start with myself instead of focusing on what other people may be thinking or saying.
I am approaching myself with more kindness and compassion, more patience and breathing room. I am also going to embrace quiet time instead of feeling like I have to respond with words all the time.
I walked away from coaching with Kate thinking less which helps me because I usually overthink and dwell on the past or future which I cannot control anyway. I need to and will focus exclusively on the present and how I can move onto the next step without looking too far ahead and especially not back! I also understand now how I can find joy and peace by prioritizing joy and peace no matter what situation I am in.
- DL, D.O. (Family Medicine)
Ever since working with Kate, I have strengthened all relationships in my life including myself, my staff, my in-laws, my parents, my sister, and my children. Kate opened my mind to the realization that I am not the victim I had often been playing in my relationships. I have learned to take back control of my own thoughts and emotions which I previously believed was impossible. Prior to working with Kate, I would often spin out of control when faced with a personal relationship or workplace conflict as I often assumed a victim mentality. Now, I am not only able to better control my emotions during confrontation, but I am also much less anxious. The inevitable day-to-day conflicts that arise at home or at my work are much more easily manageable as I have now realized how much more in control I actually am than I previously thought. I know that each day and each week will bring new challenges; however, I worry much less knowing that I can pull out the tools Kate taught me to more effectively navigate my personal life and workplace relationships.
I had done reading on thought work prior to working with Kate, but working directly with her gave me better insight and a more customized approach to the difficult relationships and situations I was finding myself in with my family members.
I am fortunate to have this experience of life coaching with Kate. I encourage anyone who is interested in improving their relationships to work with her.
-Sara K. (Oncologist)
Gratitude & Appreciation
Spheres of Influence
Toward Values & Away From Values
The Love Letter
If you have a question that you can't find the answer to here, email me at [email protected] and I'll be happy to help!
How do I know if coaching is right for me?
Is this only for women physicians married to doctors?
What is "group" coaching?
What if my spouse is not interested in personal growth?
When do we begin?
When is the best time participate in this program?
Kate Mangona, MD—I am a physician married to a physician and continuously working toward marital interdependence and seriously hustling toward financial freedom. Shortly after COVID began, I realized that despite 6 years of marriage, 5 years as an attending, and less than 1 year away from being financially independent, I had a lifetime more to learn.
And with the new life circumstances COVID brought to town, a whole new level of anxiety arose as our mortality became more tangible. COVID was on our minds 24/7, and we were more serious at home and at work. This was a shock and huge change for us and likely you, as well.
As tensions continued to rise through March and April, I decided to join three women physicians coaching groups that opened my life to a whole new level of realization. I started seeing things and circumstances in an entirely new light. Things became lighter and more fun again.
I began working daily on myself and opening up to a community of growth and abundance that has allowed me to intentionally exist with more space for love in my marriage and in every relationship in my life.
My calling has become to share all I have learned with you. This is why we became physicians, right? To help people? This is probably why you became a physician, too. And after 17 years in the medical space, I have learned that the burden we place on doctors in today’s healthcare world is so great that it is sometimes unsurvivable. Doctors throughout the nation are suffering from burnout, decision fatigue, and failed relationships at work and at home.
We have the power and resources to reverse or prevent this emotional drain.
Let us begin to harness the power within us to take our marriages to the next level.
Let us unleash the mindset and tools required to strengthen our marriages.
We will love and appreciate more.
We will argue, defend, and criticize less.
We will create more intimacy and connection.
We will do this!
You can do this.
Believe it is possible!