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Strategies for Trauma-Informed Law Practice

This program explores best practices to curb the negative effects of trauma within the legal profession. Examine how unresolved primary trauma, as well as vicarious trauma, can hinder an attorney’s ability to effectively manage and cope with stress, which can have dire impacts on professional responsibilities and health. Learn to detect trauma so that you can strengthen connections with your clients, while also creating environments that support your mental health and overall well-being.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 1 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P2322-23R
$60.00 or 1.00 credits
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One-third of Americans will experience a severe trauma at some point. Indeed, lawyers are often serving clients at some of the darkest times of the clients’ lives due to traumatic events. Yet, until recently, the profession has not emphasized the necessary “soft skills” to be a successful attorney, including mindful communication, empathy, connection, and even our own self-care.

This program explores best practices to curb the negative effects of trauma within the legal profession. Examine how unresolved primary trauma, as well as vicarious trauma, can hinder an attorney’s ability to effectively manage and cope with stress, which can have dire impacts on professional responsibilities and health. Learn to detect trauma so that you can strengthen connections with your clients, while also creating environments that support your mental health and overall well-being.

Cynthia Sharp, Esq., The Sharper Lawyer

Rebecca Howlett, Esq., The Legal Burnout Solution

Expires 10/1/2025

One-third of Americans will experience a severe trauma at some point. Indeed, lawyers are often serving clients at some of the darkest times of the clients’ lives due to traumatic events. Yet, until recently, the profession has not emphasized the necessary “soft skills” to be a successful attorney, including mindful communication, empathy, connection, and even our own self-care.

This program explores best practices to curb the negative effects of trauma within the legal profession. Examine how unresolved primary trauma, as well as vicarious trauma, can hinder an attorney’s ability to effectively manage and cope with stress, which can have dire impacts on professional responsibilities and health. Learn to detect trauma so that you can strengthen connections with your clients, while also creating environments that support your mental health and overall well-being.

Cynthia Sharp, Esq., The Sharper Lawyer

Rebecca Howlett, Esq., The Legal Burnout Solution

Expires 10/1/2025

Products specifications
Media TypeOnline On-Demand
CategoryEthics & Professional Responsibility
CategoryMental Health & Substance Abuse
Products specifications
Media TypeOnline On-Demand
CategoryEthics & Professional Responsibility
CategoryMental Health & Substance Abuse
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