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(PSYCHIATRIST, EDUCATOR, & WRITER)

Before Dr. Flowers built a distinguished 40-year professional career, she was an exceptional student at Western Reserve University. She earned her Phi Beta Kappa key as a junior and graduated Magna Cum Laude with an honors degree in biology in 1964. She continued at Case Western Reserve for Medical School, where she earned her M.D and her thesis, "Attitudes and Practices of Birth Control in Married and Unmarried Women," won her the Faculty Award for Research in 1968.

She completed her education soon after with a rotating internship at San Francisco General Hospital and a residency in psychiatry at Stanford University Medical Center. In the four decades to follow, she would become an accomplished psychiatrist, educator, writer, and speaker firmly committed to improving her community.

Dr. Flowers’ interest in communication and organizational systems began during her psychiatric residency training at Stanford. At that time, she began consulting to organizations, including local elementary and high schools. She focused on student performance issues related to learning differences, cultural differences, and emotional responses to current issues. She continued to develop her consulting practice throughout her career, and today Dr. Flowers is a personal and professional development consultant who has helped a broad range of clients overcome persistent challenges and achieve better performance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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