Catholic clinicians experience high levels of stress due to the intense nature of our work and other life demands. The secular professional literature focuses on stress reduction through external systemic change, cognitive approaches and clinician lifestyle change but largely ignores the underlying human formation of the clinician. This presentation defines human formation grounded in a Catholic anthropology and reviews the main reasons why solid human formation is so critical for Catholic clinicians. Through lecture, examples, experiential exercises, Q&A and discussion, Catholic clinicians recognize gaps in their human formation and walk through the process of creating the first draft of their own Personal Human Formation Plan. Finally, we focus on how to use the PHFP on an ongoing basis, oriented toward lasting change via better human formation.