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Ethical Responsibilities of Lawyers: Recognizing and Responding to Vicarious Trauma and Stress in Self and Others

Recorded on: May. 21, 2018
Running Time: 00:28:34

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Taken from the Web Program Mental Health Issues & the New York State Courts 2018 Recorded May 2018 in New York

Ethical Responsibilities of Lawyers: Recognizing and Responding to Vicarious Trauma and Stress in Self and Others [00:28:34]
  • Provisions of the Code of Professional Conduct and ethics decisions relevant to vicarious trauma and its related mental health and substance misuse issues
  • Ethical duty of self-care
  • Duty of supervisors and colleagues to respond to signs of vicarious trauma in others

Panel: Christine Bruno, Esq., Aisha S. Greene, Esq., Mary Beth Hennen-Anderson, Esq., LMSW, 

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  • Job-Related Fatigue: Ethical Concerns for Lawyers and Judges
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  • New York City Lawyer Assistance Program Brochure
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  • Alcohol & Drug Use Questionnaire—NYC Bar Lawyer Assistance Program
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Christine Bruno ~ Litigation and Training Supervisor, Center for Family Representation
Aisha S Greene ~ Bureau Chief, Alternatives to Incarceration Bureau, Office of the Bronx District Attorney
Mary Beth Hennen-Anderson ~ Managing Director, Urban Justice Center Mental Health Project
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