Author Archives: Jamie Dooley
Jamie spent 15 years as a clinical hygienist before going back to school for nonprofit and healthcare administration. She has been a treatment coordinator, clinic director, and most recently a private trusted coach to some of dentistry’s biggest names. She is nationally recognized as a thought leader and change agent, who encourages personal and professional growth as the cornerstone to a fulfilling life.
After 15 years chairside, an ache in her neck and soul prompted Jamie to go back for her bachelor degree, which propelled her into public health. After stints as a treatment coordinator, dental consultant, clinic director, and dental outreach coordinator, she followed her true passion for helping others feel satisfied and at peace with themselves by becoming a certified life and career coach.
Jamie is an author, speaker, and written goal setting expert, which she calls Manifesto writing. Her book, Self Coaching Mastery is a best seller on Amazon. Her online course 30 Day Manifesto gained acclaim from participants as a “life and career changer.” She believes that personal and professional development are continuous processes to embrace throughout a lifespan. She encourages each of us to “hear the whispers of our heart” by going within daily, and visualizing our ideal prior to any action. She teaches us how our thoughts and beliefs shape our lives, and that we are in total control over our emotions and outcomes, if we allow our higher selves to emerge and take the reins.
In 2019, Jamie started the National Network of Healthcare Hygienists. She believes every collaborative care team in the United States should have an RDH on it. She is a huge medical/dental integration proponent and innovator.
Most recently, she partnered with Driven Dental Implant Marketing to coach their offices toward success. She brings 22 years of experience in dentistry, and a successful coaching style to their already amazing team. Connect with her at firstname.lastname@example.org. To visit her website, click here