Utilizing positive psychology coaching


Veterinary technician, Andi Davsion explains more abut what positive psychology coaching is, and how it can help veterinary clinics

When it comes to the veterinary clinic, not every team is going to get along all the time. There will be times where team members argue, stop getting along, or bring personal issues into the workplace. Because conflict, with coworkers or within yourself, can be unavoidable. But, how can it be managed?

During an interview with dvm360 and the 2024 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Andi Davison, BA, BS, LVT, CAPP, APPC, explained what positive psychology means, what it is like to work with a coach, and how understanding the science behind it can help bridge the gap between personality conflicts to create a learning opportunity.

The following is a partial transcript of the video:

Andi Davison, BA, BS, LVT, CAPP, APPC: And so when you implement positive psychology coaching, that really brings in the science of human flourishing. [It] focuses on the strengths and options and opportunities that you already have, and really helps you focus and guide yourself to get from where you are to where you want to be.

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