As we’ve detailed in the Minds Over Matters special report for Law.com, the legal profession is facing a huge problem when it comes to things like depression, substance abuse and stress. It’s gotten so bad that a whole cottage industry has sprung up around trying to address it, according to this story by Christine Simmons.

Some of the providers who are marketing their services to firms are run by doctors and others who meet in-person with the lawyers. Others offer videoconferencing or apps that in theory provide around-the-clock access to doctors and wellness coaches.

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