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Missouri (MO) Mental Health Sub. Abuse CLE Course Catalog

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Ethics and Well-Being: How to Balance and Manage Competing Obligations
This session will cover barriers to wellness for lawyers, and why lawyers are often reluctant to seek help. This panel will also include achievable strategies that lawyers can employ to enhance their well-being. In addition, this program will review lawyers' ethical obligations, and how enhancing personal well-being and adopting strategies for balancing life’s demands can enhance their ability to comply with these obligations.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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What My Facebook Posts Teach about Lawyer Mental Health
Stuart Teicher, Esq., posts some funny stuff while on the road as a CLE teacher. Like most of society he documents his life on FaceBook. But the difference is that most of his posts actually teach some important mental health lessons for lawyers. Join him as he discusses how lawyers are affected by anxiety, compassion fatigue, over-functioning, and more.

Stuart Teicher

$75

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Managing the Burnout Crisis: Effectively Handling Your Legal Team’s Wellbeing & Mental Health
As companies recognize the cost of employees’ poor wellbeing, the discussion will look to shine some light on what has been done thus far and what else needs to be done to improve, and where necessary, change the established course on the issue of attorneys wellbeing.

General Counsel Conference

$75

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Just Ask: How We Must Stop Minding Our Own Business in the Legal World: Depression and Suicide Prevention Essentials
Attorneys and Judges take on the world and often the problems of their clients and litigants. Law students feel this pressure from the first day of law school, worried about student debt, competition for jobs, and struggles for professional achievement. Many of us are working long hours and under significant pressure, which can have a significant impact on our well-being. The pandemic has significantly increased emotional stress and feelings of isolation for all of us. These conditions can culminate in serious mental health problems, including depression and suicide.

American Bar Association

$95

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62 minutes
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Workplace Abuse and Bullying: Understanding the Impact on Lawyer Well-Being and the Ethical Practice of Law
Incivility in the legal profession is not a new concern. But workplace abuse and bullying involve behavior akin to domestic violence, including psychological aggression, dominance, and control. What are the key components of workplace abuse? How are targets harmed and traumatized? What is the impact of workplace abuse on the ethical practice of law, lawyer well-being, and the performance of lawyers and organizations? The panel will discuss these questions and more.

American Bar Association

$75

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58 minutes
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Lawyer Mental Health Matters: Making Work Life Balance a Reality
As the lines have gone from blurry to nonexistent, lawyers and legal teams everywhere are struggling with when to ‘end’ the workday before a new one begins. An already long overdue concern for lawyers, finding appropriate work/life balance amid a global pandemic requires legal teams to think more creatively about how they are helping lawyers reduce stress and maintain a sustainable pace that will not lead to fatigue, burn out, or more serious mental health concerns. Thanks to the recent pandemic however, a silver lining has emerged: there is a new light and focus on what firms can do to boost morale, keep mental health front-and-center, and make work/life balance a reality, instead of a hopeful, yet distant dream.

Legalweek

$75

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93 minutes
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Incapacity, Continuum of Care, and Practical Pitfalls: How Dementia Affects Practitioners Personally and Professionally as Our Profession Ages
Incapacity and dementia affects all practitioners (both personally and professionally) especially as our profession ages. Truly, it is not a matter of "if" a practitioner will be confronted with issues related to incapacity, it is a matter of "when".

American Bar Association

$115

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Dealing with Debtors and Creditors with Mental Health Issues
A number of Important dialogues in recent years have addressed lawyers struggling with mental health issues and drug/alcohol problems. But what happens when it's the debtors and creditors who have these issues, such as small equity-holders and former employees of chapter 11 debtors? This roundtable discussion will focus on the issues the industry sees on a daily basis — mostly in the consumer context, but not always.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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Investing in Well-Being: Cultivating a Joyful Practice through Mindfulness - A Fireside Chat with Jeena Cho, Author of "The Anxious Lawyer"
By virtue of our entrusted positions as advocates and counselors we acutely experience stress, adversity, and sometimes trauma. Our professional challenges can be further exacerbated by personal life events and adjustments. Ultimately, these forces can deeply impact mental health and well-being.

American Bar Association

$75

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