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Keeping Your Cool During Crisis: Lawyer Well-Being Tips 2020

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Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Co-produced by the Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program (WisLAP)

Control what you can

Stress is a part of life — even when the world is not collectively dealing with a public health crisis. Living through the uncertainties of day-to-day- life in a pandemic, however, is causing people to be more stressed and anxious than ever.1

The good news? Anxiety can be managed. Keeping Your Cool During Crisis: Lawyer Well-Being Tips will teach you healthy ways to cope with stress and maintain well-being during a particularly stressful time to practice law — and be a human!

Build resilience

Mental health professionals, trainers and coaches who focus their efforts on aiding attorneys will help you identify the signs and symptoms of significant stress, then give you constructive ways to stay emotionally and mentally healthy when external circumstances are tumultuous.

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Monday, April 20, 202012:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

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Co-produced by the Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program (WisLAP)

Control what you can

Stress is a part of life — even when the world is not collectively dealing with a public health crisis. Living through the uncertainties of day-to-day- life in a pandemic, however, is causing people to be more stressed and anxious than ever.1

The good news? Anxiety can be managed. Keeping Your Cool During Crisis: Lawyer Well-Being Tips will teach you healthy ways to cope with stress and maintain well-being during a particularly stressful time to practice law — and be a human!

Build resilience

Mental health professionals, trainers and coaches who focus their efforts on aiding attorneys will help you identify the signs and symptoms of significant stress, then give you constructive ways to stay emotionally and mentally healthy when external circumstances are tumultuous.

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Co-produced by the Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program (WisLAP)

Control what you can

Stress is a part of life — even when the world is not collectively dealing with a public health crisis. Living through the uncertainties of day-to-day- life in a pandemic, however, is causing people to be more stressed and anxious than ever.1

The good news? Anxiety can be managed. Keeping Your Cool During Crisis: Lawyer Well-Being Tips will teach you healthy ways to cope with stress and maintain well-being during a particularly stressful time to practice law — and be a human!

Build resilience

Mental health professionals, trainers and coaches who focus their efforts on aiding attorneys will help you identify the signs and symptoms of significant stress, then give you constructive ways to stay emotionally and mentally healthy when external circumstances are tumultuous.

Read More ↓

Julie Bonasso Krolczyk, Esq., is a health and life coach for RYP Global LLC. She uses a simple proprietary and evidence-based model to provide confidential coaching to lawyers and executives in the areas of stress management, career transition and development, and professional resilience.

Paula Davis-Laack, JD, MAPP, is a former practicing lawyer, an internationally published writer, speaker, media contributor, and a stress and resilience expert who has taught burnout prevention and resilience workshops for thousands of professionals around the world.

Beatrice Garrett, JD, MBA, is the CEO and Founder of BEA Resilient, LLC. Beatrice has always been driven to do work that is meaningful and impactful through community service, serving as a mentor for youth and young adults. A passionate advocate for the poor and children Beatrice has extensive experience in consumer protection and child advocacy. When disruption came into Beatrice’s life she surrendered to the process and discovered her higher purpose is to inform, inspire and to motivate people, she presents at conferences, corporations, workshops on Embracing Disruption, Life is a Series of Beginnings and Endings with Room to Grow in Between, and The Characteristics of an Overcomer.

Justin Heim, MACP, works in the Division of Training and Development for the State Public Defender's Office. He was a Client Services Specialist in the Appellate Division for 7 years before entering his current role as a trainer. In a past life, he was trained as a Contemplative Psychotherapist (think Eastern contemplative practices meets Western psychotherapy) at Naropa University. He teaches meditation to Public Defenders around the country and is currently trying to find mental freedom while quarantined with his wife and two young children in Sun Prairie, WI.

Jason Magill, LPC, is a Licens ed Professional Counselor in Illinois and Wisconsin. He received his Master of Clinical Psychology degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Jason has more than 10 years of experience as a counselor and psychotherapist, working in unique settings that include Employee Assistance, a large urban school district, and community mental health. Jason joined the State Bar of Wisconsin in November 2018 as the WisLAP Coordinator.

Mary Spranger, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker, and earned both her B.A. and Master of Social Work degrees from Tulane University. Mary is Manager of the State Bar of Wisconsin’s WisLAP Program, which provides a wide range of supportive services that promote the well-being of lawyers, judges, law students, and their families. WisLAP offers crisis intervention services, education and outreach, information and referral, and administers the WisLAP monitoring program for legal professionals. Mary has spent twenty five years providing therapeutic services to persons with psychiatric and substance use disorders and is a mental health and recovery advocate. Mary also has expertise in medical social work, case management, and crisis intervention.

  • Equip yourself with a variety of techniques for reducing stress
  • Stay emotionally and physically healthy in challenging situations
  • Know how to approach and support struggling colleagues
  • Be aware of the emotional support resources available for legal professionals
  • Avoid potential ethical violations
  • Be empowered to prioritize your well-being
  • All lawyers
  • Law firm support staff
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