NVA understands that veterinary professionals often put the needs of others ahead of their own. This selflessness can lead to physical exhaustion, mental fatigue, and emotional and spiritual burnout.
That’s why NVA offers our veterinary community several programs that focus on their well-being.
Our chief community officer, Turpin Mott, leads a team of experts devoted to helping veterinary professionals overcome personal and career stressors while becoming re-energized. Turpin, a former U.S. Marine, has spent 20+ years as a coach, consultant and wellness influencer, including helping fellow soldiers cope with combat fatigue. Turpin’s team helps our healers overcome the often-silent tolls of the profession, teaching whole-body/mind wellness through seminars, instruction and more.
Health of Healers is NVA’s one-of-a-kind, immersive retreat for managing veterinarians. The program, which takes place over four days in a relaxing setting, aids veterinarians in making positive changes in their professional and personal lives.
As the cornerstone of our emphasis on caring for our caregivers, Health of Healers is designed to rejuvenate, rehabilitate and inspire. You’ll learn how to:
We stand by our promise to ensure the physical and emotional well-being of our entire veterinary community by investing in comprehensive wellness programs, tools and resources. Find encouragement, inspiration and support through initiatives such as:
For almost 25 years, NVA has been devoted to its people: our doctors, their teams and our growing internal community. NVA’s culture prioritizes your personal and professional growth because when you are mindful of your own wellness, you’re not only better prepared to care for your patients but can enjoy a healthier, happier life.