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New York (NY) Mental Health CLE Course Catalog

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Mental Health and Wellness for Lawyers: Diversifying and Scaling Up Care Options
In this CLE seminar, The Knowledge Group presents ardent mental health and well-being advocate Mark Yacano (Major, Lindsey & Africa) and mental healthcare practitioner Atty. Carolyn Reinach Wolf (Abrams Fensterman, LLP) for an in-depth discussion of emerging mental health issues in the legal profession. The distinguished speakers will also share practical tips and effective strategies to manage the mental well-being of lawyers.

The Knowledge Group

$75

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68 minutes
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Professional Burnout Among Lawyers
In this 1-hour course, psychologist, attorney, author, and television personality Dr. Brian Russell provides actionable insights for attorneys into the alarmingly and increasingly common phenomenon of professional burnout. Participants will learn what burnout is, how it impacts attorneys in and out of the office, how to spot it, how to be more proactive in the avoidance of it, and how to begin to address it if one is in the midst of it.

Dr. Brian Russell

$75

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71 minutes
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Self-Care and Work-Life Balance for Lawyers
In this 1-hour course, psychologist, attorney, author, and television personality Dr. Brian Russell provides actionable insights for attorneys who aspire to take better care of themselves and experience greater satisfaction with both their professional and personal lives. Participants will learn skills aimed at helping them to reduce professional burnout risk, to be more sustainably productive, and to live and work more mindfully and meaningfully.

Dr. Brian Russell

$75

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Stand Up CLE: The "It’s Never Too Late" Show
We all know that CLE programs are boring and a chore to watch.  But we’re breaking the rules – aCLE program that’s intentionally funny and (gasp) entertaining, yet somehow still informative. In the latest installment of this popular series, Mark Wooster hosts the “It’s Never Too Late Show” with his featured guest, popular writer and stand-up comedian -- and recovering addict – Craig Shoemaker. During this funny yet compelling program, Craig shares his personal story of how he overcame addictions to alcohol, drugs and sex and set himself on a path to great success in his personal and professional lives, while teaching lawyers how to spot the signs of addiction and how to get help. Reserve your seat today!

New Media Legal

$75

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60 minutes
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What Beethoven’s 5th Teaches about Lawyer Mental Health
Join Stuart Teicher, Esq, as he shows how this masterful piece of music can help lawyers learn about mental health issues in the practice, such as: -Anxiety in the practice of law. -Lawyers, burnout, and being past the breaking point. -The need for lawyers to address anger management. -The unique issue in the practice of law: compassion fatigue.

Stuart Teicher

$75

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Identify, Understand, and Respond: The Mental Health Guide for Lawyers
With a demanding work schedule and stressful environment, many lawyers are no strangers to mental health challenges and often don't get the help they need. Join our mental health workshop to hear key actionable insights that will help you identify, understand and respond to mental health challenges of your own and others within the legal industry. Our speakers will share experiences and insights to ensure those in the legal industry are well-equipped with the right mental health resources and effective communication skills to discuss mental health and wellness.

Legalweek

$165

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61 minutes
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Competency Double Play: Depression and Substance Abuse
Experts differ on whether lawyers are more prone to depression than others who work in equally high-stress occupations such as doctors. But one thing is clear: the stigma associated with depression is one of the reasons lawyers may not get help when they need it. Is an ancient virus the reason humans are susceptible to substance use disorders? How has modern medicine changed the way we treat substance use disorders? This program answers these important questions so that today's lawyers have the tools they need to help themselves or a colleague.

New Media Legal

$75

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60 minutes
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The Great Reflection: Burnout & The Growing Demands on In-House Counsel
The workforce has changed significantly in recent years in more ways than we ever imagined. Among these changes, employee expectations have evolved and leaders are losing touch with many legal professionals suffering from burnout. It is essential that company leaders learn how to engage their team, manage burnout more effectively, and most importantly reflect on how to keep their employees happy, as this has a direct impact on financial success. Learning how to pick up on mental health signals in the current working environment and gaining the tools to help your teams work more mindfully is key to moving forward in these unprecedented times.

General Counsel Conference

$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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