Co-Author Spotlight

Julia Huber, MD, DipABLM, TIPC 

Dr. Julia M Huber is a wellness consultant and trauma-informed professional coach who works with physicians and other professionals who are suffering from burnout and who are ready to make a significant change in their lives, particularly in the years leading up to retirement.  

She is boarded in Emergency Medicine as well as Lifestyle Medicine and has an online telemedicine practice via Heal Is Health, 

As a certified ICF coach with over 15 years of coaching experience,  she also has advanced certification as a trauma-informed professional coach via Lodestar ( She is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College, with a major in Spanish Literature, and is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Medicine. She lives in Lexington, Kentucky, with her family, where she completed a residency in Emergency Medicine, and she grew up a little south of Charlottesville, Virginia. In her spare time, she gardens, cooks, meditates,  and often hikes locally and treks overseas. Her most memorable trip thus far has been the Camino de Santiago in Spain, which she walked once solo in 2019, then again with her two daughters in 2021. 

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