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How Secondary Trauma Affects Attorney Mental Health

Join Cindy Sharp and Becky Howlett for this timely educational webinar as they explore secondary trauma. Case studies of legal professionals who have experienced the adverse effects of vicarious trauma are included throughout the presentation. They will discuss the concept of a trauma informed law practice and provide tips on how to establish one.

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Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 1 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: H2004-22E
$80.00
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Program Expires:  2/1/2024

Attorneys often represent people who have been traumatized as victims of abuse, crime or other adversity. As the matter unfolds, lawyers, staff and judges alike may be exposed to emotional stories, highly charged situations, as well as gruesome and disturbing evidence, which can lead to secondary or vicarious trauma.  Symptoms include burnout, PTSD, irritability, difficulties with sleep and concentration as well as diminished pleasure and interest in activities.

 Join Cindy Sharp and Becky Howlett for this timely educational webinar as they explore secondary trauma. Case studies of legal professionals who have experienced the adverse effects of vicarious trauma are included throughout the presentation.  They will discuss the concept of a trauma informed law practice and provide tips on how to establish one.


Faculty: 

Rebecca Howlett, The Legal Burnout Solution

Cynthia Sharp, The Legal Burnout Solution

*Pending Approval



Program Expires:  2/1/2024

Attorneys often represent people who have been traumatized as victims of abuse, crime or other adversity. As the matter unfolds, lawyers, staff and judges alike may be exposed to emotional stories, highly charged situations, as well as gruesome and disturbing evidence, which can lead to secondary or vicarious trauma.  Symptoms include burnout, PTSD, irritability, difficulties with sleep and concentration as well as diminished pleasure and interest in activities.

 Join Cindy Sharp and Becky Howlett for this timely educational webinar as they explore secondary trauma. Case studies of legal professionals who have experienced the adverse effects of vicarious trauma are included throughout the presentation.  They will discuss the concept of a trauma informed law practice and provide tips on how to establish one.


Faculty: 

Rebecca Howlett, The Legal Burnout Solution

Cynthia Sharp, The Legal Burnout Solution

*Pending Approval



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