Doctors Helping Doctors
Doctors Helping Doctors
Are you having a tough day?
Talk it over with someone who gets it: a physician like you.
Free | Confidential | It's Not Counseling
Confidential. Individual. No notes or records
Peer To Peer.
Not formal counseling
Free To Arizona
Here is how it works.
Having a virtual “coffee” with a peer can be helpful, especially during a pandemic.
You tell us your preferences. Don't share your full name if you don't wish to.
We will match you with another physician peer within 2 business days.
Share your concerns in a completely confidential and informal way
This is NOT counseling. It's a peer-to-peer conversation. No notes are taken. No records or reporting.
Enjoy being a physician again
Talking about personal struggles with friends, spouses or colleagues doesn’t always feel right.
Physicians tend to internalize distress as part of their professional identity. It's OK to ask for help.
Taking care of yourself is another way to take care of your patients.
Don’t tough it out alone.
If you are struggling and want to have an informal and
a confidential conversation with a peer, this is for you.
10-12% of physicians
have a substance
44% of physicians experience symptoms
Almost 400 physicians
a year commit suicide
in the U.S.
Become part of the solution. Join us for a unique opportunity to be part of a community of support.
Connect to a physician peer coach in an evidence-based peer support program.
We can help with referrals to other Arizona resources as needed.
If you are a licensed physician in Arizona and have questions about the program, please call our confidential and dedicated line: (646) 809-0957
Not ready yet or have additional questions?
You take care of people all the time. Who is taking care of you?
Too often, physicians avoid seeking emotional support when things get tough. Talking about personal struggles with friends, spouses or colleagues doesn’t always feel right.
The emotional stress and the pressure to always be “on” can take a toll.
If you are a licensed physician in Arizona, you can visit the Virtual Doctors’ Lounge and be paired with a peer physician who can help you alleviate the pressure that can sometimes lead to destructive behavior such as substance abuse, depression or even suicide.
Are you in crisis?
While peer coaches are licensed physicians supported by CCA’s professional mental health clinicians, the program is not meant as an emergency resource. For any urgent issues or crisis situations, call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.
This line is not affiliated with CCA or ArMA.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline