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The Mind-Heart Connection: What Lawyers Need to Know to Maintain Heart Health & Mental Well-Being [Webinar]


February 17, 2021 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

February is American Heart Month: Get strategies to protect your heart during such stressful times from Dr. Tracey Meyers in our next installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers — in 30 minutes or less.


The Mind-Heart Connection:
What Lawyers Need to Know to Maintain Heart Health & Mental Well-Being

Wednesday, February 17th  |  12pm (eastern)


It is no secret that the legal profession has to deal with stress, depression and a degree of hostility. As a result, lawyers are particularly susceptible to stress-related illnesses, including heart disease which can unfortunately lead to potentially serious and even lethal consequences.

This webinar will address specific strategies to keep lawyers’ hearts and minds healthy especially during these stressful times. 

Q&A will follow the program, giving you the opportunity to ask any questions you have.

Our Webinars for Busy Lawyers are always FREE but spots are limited so register now!



About the Expert

Dr. Tracey Meyers Psy.D. LCL MA Staff Clinician bio photoDr. Tracey Meyers, Psy.D. joined LCL in August of 2020 following her work for the State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services where she spent over 15 years working as a clinical neuropsychologist and most recently as the director of behavioral intervention services for inpatient services. Tracey has a strong commitment to integrative medicine for mental health and wellness and leads mindfulness and yoga programs for groups, individuals, and professionals in the work place. Tracey is a licensed clinical psychologist in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. In addition, she is an advanced yoga teacher, certified C-IAYT yoga therapist, MBSR, Breath-Body-Mind, and iRest teacher.  Tracey has authored several publications including articles and book chapters around integrative medicine, positive behavioral support treatment for different mental health conditions, and developing collaborative relationships in healthcare settings.

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