Our Mission

 

To nourish a culture of wellbeing for AdventHealth physicians, advanced practice providers, and their families through personal counseling and educational programs.

Guiding Principles

 

All of our services and programs are based on three reciprocal domains of wellbeing, developed by Stanford WellMD: Personal Resilience, Efficiency of Practice, and Culture of Wellbeing. This model illustrates the strategic priorities of the CPW, using the metaphor of “mind, body, and spirit,” or in other words, whole-person care.

Personal Resilience (Mind)

Caring for others inevitably drains the energy of every physician. Utilizing practices that restore personal energy, engagement, and wellbeing are crucial. 

Efficiency of Process (Body)

Our services are guided by research findings and recommendations for effective organizational functioning. We strive to assist physicians and departments in creating a more positive work environment through team building, efficiency improvements, cultural sensitivity, and overall processes. 

Culture of Wellbeing (Spirit)

A healthy organizational culture in a hospital or healthcare facility must intentionally nourish and support the sanity and humanity of the physicians who serve that organization. Such a culture creates a sense of belonging and a palpable knowing within every caregiver that “the work we do together makes a difference in our own lives, and in the lives of those we serve.” 

 

Meet the Team

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Tyon Hall, PhD, LMFT

Director, Psychotherapist

Dr. Tyon Hall is a psychotherapist specializing in couples and family therapy. Dr. Hall received a Bachelors degree from Florida State University and a Masters and Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University. As a certified provider of cognitive processing therapy and integrative behavioral couples therapy, Dr. Hall has presented nationally and internationally on issues that affect the family. She is the past president of the Florida Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the current president of the Florida Family Therapy Alliance. Humanistic modalities inform her treatment approach, including the Gottman Method for couples counseling for which she was as a national trainer. Dr. Hall is a passionate leader in addressing mental health challenges. With over 18 years of experience working in non-profit and federal government organizations, she has developed a niche in treating couples who experience high conflict due to trauma. She understands the delicate nuances of work and culture and how it informs relational interactions. Her goal is to provide a safe, culturally competent, whole-person approach in the treatment of therapy to healthcare providers.

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Megan Dowdell, LMHC

Psychotherapist

Megan Dowdell is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor specialized in providing individual, family, and group therapy.  Megan received bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Criminology from the University of Florida as well as a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling and Play Therapy Certificate from the University of Central Florida.  Megan has worked in a variety of settings, primarily with individuals dealing with co-occurring mental health and addiction issues. Much of Megan’s work as a therapist has centered around understanding and treating addiction as a biopsychosocial disease, which often involves treating depression, anxiety, grief and loss, and addressing traumatic experiences and the trauma response. Megan has also worked with domestic violence survivors and was a mental health first responder to the Pulse mass shooting in Orlando, all of which prompted her to pursue full certification in EMDR—a leading treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Megan’s therapeutic approach integrates modalities to provide support and feedback to help individuals effectively address life challenges and build on their strengths through a holistic and person-centered lens.

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Amanda Mitchell

Physician Culture Specialist

Amanda has been a part of the CPW team since 2016 and specializes in planning wellbeing-centered events tailored to the unique needs of AdventHealth physicians, APPs and their families. She also manages all marketing and client relations for the CPW. Amanda received bachelor’s degrees in Public Relations and Anthropology from Lee University and is currently working on a Master of Business Administration degree at Stetson University and a Master of Healthcare Administration degree AdventHealth University. Prior to working for AdventHealth, Amanda managed communications and marketing for a small travel company and a variety of freelance clients in Siem Reap, Cambodia.