Join the MSBA Learning and Publications Department for the new presentation of Lawyers and Stress – Identifying it; Learning from it; Responding to it , on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 in Baltimore, MD.
As humans, we can’t eliminate stress. And as lawyers, stress is a daily part of our working experience. What if there were lessons you could learn from the stress you are feeling? And from that information, you could find healthy ways to respond so that you can stand resilient when faced with the daily challenges that come with being a lawyer. Identifying, learning, and responding are key components to managing the negative impact stress often has on lawyers. In this seminar you will learn the importance of identifying stress as it occurs and how to do so; begin to understand the short and long-term effects of stress on your physical, emotional, and mental health; and learn ways to better manage your stress response systems. All it takes is some practice!
Spend a little time with Jennifer Dill, a mindfulness-trained attorney with an active domestic and estate litigation practice, who will share with you tools you can use right away to better manage the day-to-day stress that comes with being a lawyer!
Registration for the live seminar in Baltimore is limited! Register soon!
If you can’t attend the live program in Baltimore, it will be simulcast/webcast concurrently for viewing around the state and will be available online on-demand one week after the program. 2.5 hours credits will be offered to the surrounding MCLE states
Get a better understanding of the definition of stress and how it manifests physically, emotionally, and mentally.
Begin to understand not only the short and long-term effects of stress on your physical, emotional, and mental health, but also (and maybe more importantly) what your stress is telling you about you.
Now that you know what it is and how it affects you, learn and practice tools that can help keep your stress manageable.