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Many attorneys face significant obstacles to their mental health and well-being due to long hours, challenging expectations, and other facets of the legal profession. Recognizing that these challenges could negatively impact attorney competence, many law firms, companies, and organizations are striving to support attorney well-being. This program will offer resources, strategies, and techniques to improve your well-being and maintain your competence as an attorney. We will also cover tips for how attorneys can manage their well-being as they navigate returning to the office. Our faculty of experienced attorneys, professional development and well-being professionals, consultants, authors, coaches, and advocates will provide guidance on how you can take control of your well-being and legal career. Attorneys and allied professionals who want to improve their well-being to increase their professional competence should attend.
What You Will Learn
- Overcoming the stigma of mental health and substance use challenges
- Maintaining psychological safety
- Exploring strategies to help you take ownership of your well-being
- Gaining resources and tools that have been proven to increase attorney well-being and competence
Special Feature: Earn up to 3.5 hours of substance abuse, mental health, or ethics credit depending on your jurisdiction. Please confirm approval for your jurisdiction in the credit information section.
Prerequisites: Attorneys and allied professionals who want to improve their well-being to increase their professional competence should attend.
Advanced Prep: None