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Dealing with Secondary Trauma in the Legal Profession [Webinar]

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July 13, 2022 12:00 pm

Learn the science of secondary trauma and how to limit its impact on your mental health as a lawyer from Anne Haag in 30 minutes or less — with our next installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.

 

   WEDNESDAY, JULY 13TH AT 12PM (EASTERN)

DEALING WITH SECONDARY TRAUMA IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION

 

Lawyers frequently encounter trauma in the clients they represent, and absorption of that trauma can threaten the lawyer’s own mental health. Trauma is increasingly at the front and center of our current cultural conversations surrounding mental health, and breaking down the science behind it can significantly boost our comprehension of how it functions in society.

In this webinar, we’ll dissect our understanding of how trauma functions in the brain, and how a client’s trauma often presents itself throughout the course of representation. There are no quick fixes when it comes to mental health, but we’ll also discuss methods lawyers can utilize to minimize the impact of secondary trauma on their own mental health, as well as methods to lessen the likelihood of re-traumatization for their client during legal proceedings.

Q&A will follow the program, giving you the opportunity to ask any questions you have.

If you can’t make the live event, you can still register to receive a link to the recording once it’s available.

 

REGISTER HERE (FREE)

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ABOUT THE EXPERT

bio photo of Anne Haag, Chicago Bar Practice Management Advisor

 

Anne Haag is a Practice Management Advisor at the Chicago Bar Association. Anne worked as a patent paralegal at a Chicago IP firm before arriving at the CBA in 2017 as the Law Practice Management and Technology department’s trainer/coordinator. She is also a certified crisis counselor and volunteers as a patient advocate in the ER.

 

 

   Free & Confidential Consultations:

Lawyers, law students, and judges in Massachusetts can discuss concerns with a licensed therapist, law practice advisor, or both. Find more on scheduling here.

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