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Personalized Mindfulness Coaching

Mindfulness and Burnout Coaching in person and online coaching . 

Mindfulness & Burnout Coaching

Mindfulness coaching is a practice that helps individuals cultivate mindfulness in their daily lives and achieve personal growth and well-being. The goal of Mindfulness coaching is to develop a greater sense of self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and resilience. Dr. Ali coaches her clients in identifying and understanding their patterns of thinking and behavior, managing stress and emotions, enhancing communication and relationships, and setting and achieving goals aligned with their values and aspirations.

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What  you can get with Mindfulness Coaching?

Emotional Resilience

Mindfulness techniques can help reduce symptoms of anxiety, such as excessive worrying, restlessness, irritability, and racing thoughts. By practicing mindfulness, individuals can develop a greater sense of calm, cultivate non-reactivity to anxious thoughts, and enhance overall well-being.

Self Compassion

 Mindfulness can be beneficial in managing symptoms of depression, including low mood, feelings of sadness or emptiness, lack of motivation, and negative thinking patterns. By practicing mindfulness, individuals can develop a more compassionate attitude toward themselves, reduce rumination, and cultivate a sense of contentment.

Stress Management

Mindfulness practices are effective in managing stress symptoms, such as tension, headaches, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and sleep disturbances. By incorporating mindfulness into daily routines, individuals can develop greater resilience to stress, improve coping mechanisms, and promote relaxation

Attention and Concentration

Mindfulness techniques are beneficial for improving attention and concentration. By practicing mindfulness, individuals can train their minds to stay focused in the present moment, enhancing their ability to concentrate on tasks, absorb information, and improve overall cognitive functioning.

Impulsivity and Reactivity Reduction

Mindfulness practices can support individuals in managing impulsivity and reactive behaviors. By cultivating awareness and non-judgmental observation, individuals can develop a pause between their thoughts and actions, allowing for more thoughtful and intentional responses.

Improved Self-Esteem

 Mindfulness practices cultivate self-awareness and self-acceptance, which are essential for building a healthier self-esteem. By practicing mindfulness, you develop the ability to observe your thoughts, emotions, and self-judgments without attaching undue importance or getting caught up in negative self-perceptions.

Self-Reflection and Insight

Mindfulness practices encourage self-reflection and introspection, enabling you to gain deeper insights into your thoughts, emotions, and patterns of behavior. Through mindfulness, you develop the ability to observe your thoughts and reactions without immediate identification or judgment.

Communication with Others

Mindfulness enhances interpersonal communication by fostering present-moment awareness and active listening. When practicing mindfulness, you are more attuned to the speaker, allowing you to truly hear and understand their words and non-verbal cues. This deep listening promotes empathy and a genuine connection with others, improving the quality of your interactions and relationships.

Sleep Difficulties

 Mindfulness-based relaxation exercises and techniques can help individuals experiencing sleep difficulties, such as insomnia or restless sleep. By promoting relaxation, reducing racing thoughts, and creating a calm state of mind, individuals can improve the quality of their sleep.

Physical Pain Symptoms

Mindfulness-based interventions have been shown to be effective in managing physical pain symptoms. By directing focused attention to the present moment, individuals can cultivate a non-judgmental attitude towards pain, reduce suffering, and enhance their ability to cope with chronic pain.

Body Awareness and Body Image Concerns

Mindfulness practices can support individuals in developing a healthier relationship with their bodies and improving body awareness. By cultivating a non-judgmental and accepting attitude, individuals can reduce negative body image concerns and develop a more positive and balanced view of their physical selves.

Reducing Compulsive behaviors

 Mindfulness can be a beneficial practice in supporting individuals with addiction and recovery. Mindfulness helps in the context of addiction through self awareness, cravings and trigger management, prevention of relapse, self empathy and relief from judgment and shame.

Tools for Mindfulness Coaching

Guided Meditations

Breath Awareness

Body Scans

Mindful Movement

Daily Mindfulness Exercises including mindful eating, mindful walking, or brief mindfulness pauses throughout the day to bring attention to the present moment.

Journaling and Reflection

Mindful Listening and Communication

Mindfulness Tools for Daily Reminders

Why Mindfulness?

Emotional Burnout

  • If you worry excessively or feel irritable and restless, 

  • You have racing or intrusive thoughts

  • You have difficulty concentrating or making decisions

  • You have lost interest or pleasure in activities that you enjoyed at one point in time

  • You feel worthless, guilty and unhappy.

  • You have frequent mood swings, excessive emotional reactions, impulsivity or difficulty regulating emotions

Intellectual Burnout

  • You feel mentally exhausted and have muscle tension

  • You have lost interest or pleasure in activities that you enjoyed at one point in time

  • You have difficulty communicating your thoughts and feelings.

  • You avoid socializing due to fear of being judged or criticized. 

  • You fear abandonment or rejection.

  • You feel empty, purposeless, or dissatisfied and experience imposter syndrome.

  • You often engage in negative self-dialogue or tend to be excessively self-critical.

Situational Burnout

  • You feel stuck in life, your job, or your relationships.

  • You are unable to let go of self-destructive or addictive coping mechanisms.

  • You suffer from PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder).

Physical Burnout

  • You suffer from Chronic pain in e.g., back pain, migraines, sensitivity to touch or pressure.

  • Difficulty falling or staying asleep

  • Poor concentration and memory

Coping Burnout

  • You are preoccupied with your physical appearance or financial status and constantly compare yourself to others. 

  • You engage in excessive or restrictive eating behaviors or emotional eating.

  • You avoiding social situations due to body image concerns

  • You frequently engage in compulsive behavior such as gambling, alcohol abuse, technology addiction, shopping addiction, workaholism, etc.

About Dr. Nadia Ali

Dr. Ali is a functional doctor turned mindfulness and burnout coach. She helps people suffering from stress, anxiety and depression and changes their approach to working by using mindfulness techniques. She empowers people to level up, recognize their potential, and manifest their inner wisdom.  

She is a burnout survivor, and her passion is to empower all those women professionals who are going through or have experienced low self-worth and faced challenges in achieving their passions, purpose and dreams. She helps them find the hope, meaning and inspiration needed to achieve their goals and fulfill their intellectual, emotional and spiritual needs. 


Dr. Ali experienced depression, anxiety and burnout, and her self-worth was crushed by those she trusted and served. The trauma that wounded her became her strength and source of deep compassion and unconditional love for those in pain. It became evident to her that her calling was to guide, support and partner with those seeking physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. 

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Thriving After Burnout
A compilation of Real Stories by Female Physicians

I am humbly and courageously speaking out for the Silent Crisis of women physician burnout, sharing my personal struggle without fear to shed light on the systemic issues that fail to acknowledge and cater to the needs of women in this profession. This book is a compilation of Real Stories and Strategies to Reduce Female Physician Burnout.

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Learn to become Mindful with Dr. Ali’s Coaching

If you find that you’re struggling to learn how to become more mindful of reducing stress, depression, and anxiety and address how you react to negative experiences, Dr. Ali offers FREE 15 minutes consultation to know whether we can help you. 

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