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Catapulting Your Practice and Avoiding Stress, Depression and Addiction in a COVID Culture


Level: Beginner
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: July 15, 2020
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Agenda

  • Understanding the challenges confronting lawyers in the current Covid19 climate
  • Understanding how to deal with stress, depression and uncertainty
  • Learn the tools on how to be fulfilled and energized in challenging times
  • Learn how to be truly successful in 2020
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: July 15, 2020

Description

The pandemic has added stress on lawyers who were having trouble with their practices or families beforehand. Dealing with stress is even more critical during this time of the novel coronavirus. Stress can be exacerbated by not only the fear of catching the virus but also the effects of the pandemic on our economic and financial well-being.

Join our experienced expert on coping with stress and depression and learn how to excel in chaotic times along with insight and strategies.

This program was recorded on July 15th, 2020.

Provided By

American Bar Association

Panelists

Gray Robinson, Esq.

Attorney Coach
Lawyer Lifeline

Gray was a third generation trial attorney for 27 years in North Carolina until he burned out and quit practicing law in 2004. For the next 16 years he extensively researched and trained to help others to avoid depression and addiction. His articles on attorneys and relationships have been extensively published in legal journals, including the ABA Journal. In 2017, at the age of 64, he passed the Oregon Bar Exam with the techniques and strategies he uses to help attorneys in crisis.


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