Who Do You Want to Be in This Crisis?

Growth is possible. Accepting your place in the present moment is possible.

Both can occur at the same time.

In this practical webinar rooted in neuroscientific & psychological research, Dr. Cammy breaks down:

  • Why caring for our bodies, minds, spirits, relationships is a mandatory part of our professional responsibilities in times of crisis
  • How to actually do this when you have very little time, energy, and resources
  • How to cultivate a rock-solid understanding of who you want to be in this moment based on your values, and how to maintain that role despite what’s happening around you

Walk away with tactical solutions to the daily challenges individuals face during the COVID-19 crisis while social distancing and quarantine policies remain in place.


Dr. Cammy Froude

Dr. Cammy Froude is a licensed therapist with over 10 years of experience assisting individuals with mood and stress disorders. Dr. Froude earned a doctoral degree in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Connecticut and a postdoctoral fellowship in Medical Family Therapy from the University of Colorado. Thereafter, she completed the Family Medicine Faculty Development Fellowship at the UCSF School of Medicine. Following her training, Dr. Froude built and facilitated the behavioral health curriculum at John Muir Health Family Medicine Residency, a University of California San Francisco (UCSF) affiliated program. Currently, Dr. Froude operates a private coaching practice for individuals with chronic stress and anxiety. She is trained in cutting-edge approaches to trauma treatment, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).  Additionally, Dr. Froude supervises therapy interns seeking specialized education in the clinical management of chronic stress and PTSD.