"Train your brain" with Katelyn Carney, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM): part 1

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Dr Carney explains her thoughts on well-being and how we can train our brains for a healthier lifestyle in this multi-part video series

In this interview with Katelyn Carney, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM), she explains what well-being means to her and how we can flourish in our lives. We don't need to just get by day-to-day, but instead we can thrive both physically and mentally. Dr Carney shares her ideas on how we can achieve that human flourishing and find our personal passions.

Carney is currently completing a MA Ed degree with a trauma and resilience in educational environments concentration. Her professional interests include the science of learning, the science of wellbeing, project management, and career development. She is a certified Eight Active Ingredients of Tai Chi instructor under Peter Wayne, PhD, author of The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi.

The following is a partial transcript of the video.

Katelyn Carney, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM): Well-being to me—when I think about it these days—I think of it in terms of human flourishing, which sounds great, right? Don't we all want to flourish? Human flourishing has been defined in several different ways, but some common themes are being able to look for simply living a good life. And that often feels too simple for my brain, I want more to dig into. So what are some more specific things? Living a life where you can thrive with physical and mental health. Living a life with close and meaningful social relationships, we see this again and again in the literature, happiness and life satisfaction.

Make sure to register to see Katelyn Carney, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM) speak at our Fetch dvm360 conference in Atlantic City this October!

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