June 8, 2022 12:00 pm
Get practical, small steps you can take to improve your mood as a lawyer from Nora Riva Bergman and Chelsy Castro in 30 minutes or less — with our next installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8TH – 12PM (EASTERN)
Highlights from 50 lessons for happy lawyers
Join authors of the new book 50 Lessons for Happy Lawyers, as they share research-based strategies that will help you increase your personal and professional happiness.
As well-being has grown in popularity, we have more than enough options to fill our toolboxes — and for busy lawyers, it helps to start with practical and actionable tools. The lessons in this book — written by lawyers for lawyers — will show you how to take small steps each day to boost your wellness, well-being, and resilience to live a happier, healthier life.
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.
ABOUT THE EXPERTS
Chelsy A. Castro is CEO and Founder of Castro Jacobs Psychotherapy and Consulting (CJPC), a firm specializing in lawyer well-being. An attorney turned psychotherapist and performance coach, Chelsy counsels individuals and the organizations they work for on how to achieve their goals in healthy and productive ways. Chelsy’s publications and trainings focus on science-based skills and strategies for improving performance and increasing well-being in high-pressure professions. After practicing law as a multilingual attorney in the field of international regulatory compliance, Chelsy later earned her clinical degree at the University of Chicago and shifted her focus to lawyer well-being. Prior to launching CJPC, Chelsy designed, developed, and managed clinical programs for the legal profession, and provided evidence-based psychotherapy and training for lawyers, judges, and law students. Find out more about her at castrojacobs.com.
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.