Counsel Self Care: A Holistic Approach to Mental Health and Wellness

13 Oct , 2022

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Model Rule 1.1 sets a minimum standard for competence within our profession, however as lawyers, we understand that a clear and healthy mind is critical in our ability to navigate the myriad of challenges we face. Stress is a normal part of our lives. If left unchecked, it may impact multiple areas of our body including the brain. Unmanaged stress may lead to poor nutrient absorption and multiple symptoms that can impact our personal and professional quality of life. Similarly, dietary deficiencies can cause or contribute to stress anxiety and even depression. The discovery and implementation of key self-care strategies can improve our mental health and make us more effective lawyers. 

This unique program provides practical best practices, which focus on building and enhancing a core foundation for mental health and wellness. 

Learning Objectives:

Understand the connection between nutrition and mental health

Learn how vitamin deficiencies impact depression

Learn how the immune system affects mental health

Identify toxic influences that threaten mental wellness

Helpful Strategies for supporting mental health

 

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