This program will review the ethical requirements for lawyers, and how addressing their emotional, occupational, intellectual, spiritual, physical, and social needs helps attorneys comply with their ethical obligations. This program will provide information on substance use and mental health concerns within the legal profession, why lawyers are reluctant to seek out much-needed help, and concrete steps that can be taken by lawyers and legal employers to better care for our needs. In addition, this program will teach several trauma-informed embodiment tools for lawyers to use to manage anxiety, overwhelm, or stress.
Presented by Alyssa Johnson, this program will benefit lawyers interested in creating a more balanced, healthy relationship to the practice of law.
Alyssa Johnson is a consultant & mentor who works with lawyers to help them create a more heart-centered and balanced legal practice. Specializing in the intersection between embodiment practices, spirituality, and the practice of law, Ms. Johnson helps lawyers utilize their strengths and gifts to create a law practice that meets their needs.