Dympna Lynch Weil, MD

OBGYN, Master Coach, Writer


My name is Dympna Lynch Weil.  I am a human, a doctor, wife, mother, daughter, friend, creator, connector, writer, Master Coach & Irish dancer.

Yup, like in Riverdance ; ) In fact, I’m a certified Irish dance teacher.

And I am a Board-certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist with a long standing interest in physician wellness, most recently in clinical practice as an OBGYN Hospitalist, with experience in academics teaching students & residents and in private practice as well.

I did all the things right. Got the grades, went to NYU, Scholars Program, Early Acceptance to NYU Med… Matched in OBGYN, won teaching awards, Was the Chief Resident, etc… Heck – in OBGYN we are constantly putting out fires.  We stay pretty calm in the midst of chaos.

But. Nothing could prepare me for the tsunami of changes that accompanied the pandemic – culminating with my own health conditions which forced me out of work indefinitely. Me?  Not on L&D?

In fact, it forced me into stillness from 100 miles an hour. And from that place of uncertainty, coaching was what helped to profoundly re-chart the course of my life.  I went on to certify as a Wayfinder Life coach and further trained with Martha Beck and completed Master Coach training with her in November 2022.

Now, part of my mission and fulfillment is serving others, especially my colleagues in medicine by sharing the power of coaching tools with other high achieving, self-flagellating, professional-multitasking people (know anyone?)

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I help my clients get out of their heads and into their hearts using the power of coaching - and a healthy dose of magic.
Dympna Lynch Weil, MD
Dympna Lynch Weil, MD

I help my clients get out of their heads and into their hearts using the power of coaching - and a healthy dose of magic.

New Year, (Re)New You

New Year, (Re)New You

Dympna Lynch Weil, MD shares how, each year as the ball drop approaches, she sees articles and TV segments about “New Year, New You”… And she often wonders, “Do I need to be a new me?”

Find the Funny

Dympna Lynch Weil, MD explains how “finding the funny” has elevated the quality of her life, and invites you to give it a try this holiday season.

Less Resiliency May Heal Burnout

Less Resiliency May Heal Burnout

Dympna Lynch Weil, MD: I wondered, “What would help us then? If not resiliency, what might serve physicians better?” And in stillness, I heard, “Allow yourself to fall apart.”

My Life Dimmer Switch

My Life Dimmer Switch

Dympna Weil, MD confesses how owning the dimmer switch of her life changed EVERYTHING. She shares exactly how.


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