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Oregon (OR) Mental Health Sub Abuse CLE Course Catalog

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The Great Reflection: Burnout & The Growing Demands on In-House Counsel
The workforce has changed significantly in recent years in more ways than we ever imagined. Among these changes, employee expectations have evolved and leaders are losing touch with many legal professionals suffering from burnout. It is essential that company leaders learn how to engage their team, manage burnout more effectively, and most importantly reflect on how to keep their employees happy, as this has a direct impact on financial success. Learning how to pick up on mental health signals in the current working environment and gaining the tools to help your teams work more mindfully is key to moving forward in these unprecedented times.

General Counsel Conference

$75

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What My Facebook Posts Teach about Lawyer Mental Health
Stuart Teicher, Esq., posts some funny stuff while on the road as a CLE teacher. Like most of society he documents his life on FaceBook. But the difference is that most of his posts actually teach some important mental health lessons for lawyers. Join him as he discusses how lawyers are affected by anxiety, compassion fatigue, over-functioning, and more.

Stuart Teicher

$75

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58 minutes
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Lawyer Mental Health Matters: Making Work Life Balance a Reality
As the lines have gone from blurry to nonexistent, lawyers and legal teams everywhere are struggling with when to ‘end’ the workday before a new one begins. An already long overdue concern for lawyers, finding appropriate work/life balance amid a global pandemic requires legal teams to think more creatively about how they are helping lawyers reduce stress and maintain a sustainable pace that will not lead to fatigue, burn out, or more serious mental health concerns. Thanks to the recent pandemic however, a silver lining has emerged: there is a new light and focus on what firms can do to boost morale, keep mental health front-and-center, and make work/life balance a reality, instead of a hopeful, yet distant dream.

Legalweek

$75

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63 minutes
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Concerned Colleagues: Licensure and the Impaired Practitioner
This program discusses how to recognize the impaired practitioner, how to start a conversation with a practitioner you believe to be impaired, resources to assist in recovery, and identifies the possible disciplinary implications of an impaired practitioners' conduct.

American Bar Association

$75

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Inclusion: Supporting Mental Health & Well-being During Difficult Times
Verna Myers said "Diversity is being invited to the party; Inclusivity is being asked to dance". The discussion around diversity is one that has been ongoing for a number of years now, but recent studies show that this push for diversity targets simply isn't enough. To truly make the breakthrough for diversity, and to reap the benefits diversity brings, it is time to shift the focus of our discussions to inclusivity. Inclusion: what does it mean in practice and what strategies can you deploy to create an inclusive and collaborative culture? How can you create inclusive environments through remote working? Unlocking the opportunities to improve diversity Supporting your team during these times: Effective strategies to support your teams mental health and creating a culture of 'togetherness'

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$75

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Staying Mentally Safe, Sound, and Sober During COVID-19
Global pandemics like COVID-19 put into stark relief the extraordinary stressors that you, your firm's employee and your clients are under. How do you recognize the signs and symptoms of behavioral health disorders that can be adversely affected by the current situation? And do you have the strategies to address these? Making sure you do is part of the ethical responsibility you owe your client(s).

American Bar Association

$75

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Coping with COVID-19: A Crash Course for Lawyers
In this program, Dr. Brian Russell, will give valuable tips and strategies in how lawyers can handle the numerous aspects that the COVID-19 pandemic can affect in their lives both professionally and personally.

Dr. Brian Russell

$75

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Attorney Impairment: Ethical Implications & Difficult Conversations
In this program, Dr. Brian Russell, Clinical Psychologist and Attorney at Law, will discuss the different impairments that can affect an attorney. The ethics rules are implicated in addressing the issues involved and how it affects the practice of law. He will also discuss different ways attorneys can find help.

Dr. Brian Russell

$75

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