Junior CEO Roundtable 2024
January 19, 2024- Mentor Mixer at the hotel, 5:30-6:30pm
January 20th, 2024
Fairmont Scottsdale Princess
7575 E. Princess Drive
Junior CEO Roundtable
Event Speakers to be Announced!
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Learning To Care Well For Yourself: The Psychology of Secure Attachment
What does it mean to provide yourself with self-care? It starts with your sense of self. The science of attachment theory offers a beautiful lens to understand what it means to have a healthy sense of self and how to care well for your sense of self. It’s no secret that many Mommy Dentists are great at caring for others but struggle to care for themselves. Mommy Dentists will have the chance to explore their sense of self and how they can use practical therapy exercises in their own life to provide self-care guilt-free. Psychological Self-care is as vital as brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day
Ed Coambs MBA, MA, MS, CFP®, CFT-I™, is an internationally recognized thought leader and award-winning author in financial therapy. He leads couples through financial planning from financial frustration into financial intimacy and connection using the latest in love and brain science. His ideas appear in the Wall Street Journal, the Associated Press, Time, and CNBC. He earned master’s degrees in business, counseling, and financial planning. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Financial Therapist™.
Ed is the founder of HealthyLoveandMoney.com, an organization on a mission to help couples transform their relationship with each other and money through planning, learning, healing, and growing. He offers financial planning, social content, book, courses, blogs, and podcasts through this website, all aimed at helping couples and the professionals that serve them understand where their relationship and money challenges come from and how to create financial intimacy in their lives.
Pursuing health, wellness, and the ever-elusive self-care for the MDIB CEO
What does it mean to be healthy? How do we define self-care? And when life gets busy, how do we make time for any of it? We’re playing the role of business owner, medical professional, mother, friend, partner, neighbor–you name it. The busier and more complicated our lives get, the harder it can be to implement appropriate and successful ways to care for ourselves, and stay mentally and physically healthy. Participants in this course will explore what it means to care for themselves holistically and examine what gets in the way, from the workplace to home and everywhere in between.
Ally Tompkins is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with experience treating a range of clinical issues across a diverse adult population. Ally earned her BA in journalism from Columbia College Chicago and her Master’s degree in clinical social work from Loyola University Chicago.
Ally works with individuals seeking therapy as a means of improving their lives. Whether it’s managing stress, finding work/life balance, coping with role changes (marriage, divorce, parenthood, job loss) or working to feel “un-stuck,” Ally creates a warm and inviting environment for her clients to explore the barriers in their lives. Ally also specializes in the treatment of disordered eating, anxiety, OCD, depression, PTSD, grief, and body image disturbance. Her work is informed by a “Health At Every Size” (HAES) framework, allowing her clients to feel accepted and safe in their bodies and in the therapeutic space right from the start.
Ally uses a range of evidenced-based approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Exposure Response Prevention Therapy (ERP), and Written Exposure Therapy (WET). Ally cares deeply about the populations she has served, and over the years she has presented on eating disorder treatment to professionals, consumers, and students. Ally loves to learn and teach and is always seeking out new training and workshops to further her expertise in the areas most important to her clients.
What Now?--Pivoting in Heels
I will describe the evolution of my career, which started in 1981, to now. There have been many twists and turns along the way, most unforeseen. Many of these have caused me to make changes, not only in my career but in my life. There is always something good that can come from something bad, you just have to look for it.
Dr. Sharon Parsons graduated from the Ohio State University College of Dentistry in 1981. She currently owns a group practice in Columbus, Ohio where she practices with two associates. She has been active in all levels of organized dentistry and is a Past President of the Ohio Dental Association. She is a member of many professional organizations including the Pierre Fauchard Academy, the International College of Dentists, the American College of Dentists, The Academy of Operative Dentistry, the International Team for Implantology, and the Association of Women Dentists. She was the recipient of the Lucy Hobbs Humanitarian award and the Icons of Dentistry award.
Dr. Parsons raised two sons, Sean and Michal Herman. Her younger son, Michael practices with her. Her older son, Sean, died of an opioid overdose in 2015. This has led her to educate others about opioid prescribing and addiction. She has presented to numerous groups in Ohio and at the American Association of Pediatric Dentists in Chicago in 2019. In her spare time she gardens, hikes, cooks, walks her dog, and spends time with friends.
Geriatric Dentistry: The Fastest Growing Demographic in Dentistry
Dr. Graham is an internationally recognized lecturer extensively involved in continuing education for dental professionals. His lectures focus on incorporating current clinical advancements through “conservative dentistry.” He emphasizes the same concepts he practices: dental health diagnosis, treatment plans for medically compromised patients, conservative treatment, cosmetic dentistry, and customized approaches to periodontal care, implants and laser dentistry.
Dr. Graham is the founder of Catapult Education, a continuing education company whose philosophy and programs use contemporary, interactive formats to integrate time-proven conservative dentistry with 21st century materials and techniques.
Dr. Graham is a published author in many leading national and international dental journals. He is a member of the American Dental Association, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Academy of General Dentistry, Chicago Dental Society and Illinois Dental Association.
Dr. Graham is a graduate of Emory Dental School. He is the former Dental Director of the University of Chicago’s Department of Dentistry. He enjoys providing dental care at his multi-specialty private practice group, University Dental Professionals, in Chicago, IL – Hyde Park. Dr. Graham offers half-day, full-day and multi-day lectures, including custom courses and hands-on workshops.
Elevate Your Practice: The Journey From Single Tooth Dentistry to Comprehensive Dentistry
Dr. Nada Albatish owns and operates a multidisciplinary practice, All Smiles Dental Centre, just north of Toronto. As a passionate learner, she first completed a GPR, followed by hundreds of hours of CE each year. She is a fact finder – always researching, looking for evidence, and understanding the whys of what we do in practice as dentists.
Nada started her current practice from scratch as a solo practitioner and quickly realized she needed a strong support team as well as a team of skilled doctors in multiple specialties to help her achieve her goals as a comprehensive dentist. Today, Nada’s niche is complex and rehabilitative dentistry, supported by a team of 30, including general practitioners and specialists.
Nada is honored to serve as Faculty for Clinical Mastery Series, curator for Restorative Nation, co-author a book, write articles, and speak at various dental events. Nada is inspired by helping dentists to achieve excellence, predictability, and confidence in their craft. She is committed to the success of her patients, colleagues, and the advancement of the dental profession at large.
As a mother to two beautiful girls, Nada is blessed every day to be able to see the world through the eyes of her little people. In her free time, which she has learned to intentionally create on a weekly basis, she loves to exercise, eat good food, and spend time with her girls doing absolutely nothing except living in the moments. During the 20% of the year that Toronto has good weather, she finds peace in water sports, especially paddle boarding on the lake under the sun. The rest of the year she creates the same feeling by traveling!
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