Become more comfortable with uncertainty.  Being comfortable with not knowing can help to reduce your anxiety. To become more comfortable with uncertainty practice gradually facing uncertainty in your daily life by reducing certainty-seeking behaviors. For example, resist the urge to seek out an answer to a question by emailing someone or go for a walk without checking the weather. By incorporating this new behavior into your daily life you will have more tolerance with changes that occur.

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You are  not alone. The LAP Files | Maryland State Bar Association – MSBA

Stories from lawyers, judges, and law school students about their personal experiences with mental health, substance abuse, and healing

For help with life’s challenges, contact the Lawyer Assistance Program toll Free 1(888) 388-5459, for free, confidential counseling.  We have a network of counselors that can assist you. We offer financial assistance for mental health and substance abuse treatment. Lisa Caplan, LCSW-C, Director, (443) 703-3042,

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Lisa Caplan, LCSW-C has over 25 years experience in her field, and extensive experience working with lawyers and judges in the areas of mental health, substance abuse and trauma. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, paddle boarding, sailing, rock climbing and doing triathlons.