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Tips to Prevent & Recover from Burnout in the Legal Profession [Webinar]


February 19, 2022 12:00 pm

Learn strategies to deal with burnout from LCL Staff Clinician Dr. Shawn Healy in the next installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers — in 30 minutes or less.


  Wednesday, February 9, 2022 at 12pm (Eastern)

Tips to Prevent & Recover from Burnout in the Legal Profession


Almost two-thirds of lawyers are feeling burnout according to a new study discussed at the Institute for Well-Being in Law’s recent inaugural conference. And the other third might still need tips to help stay balanced as the pandemic continues to impact our work and lives.

Join us for tips from LCL MA Staff Clinician Shawn Healy, Ph.D. on how to avoid, sooth, and recover from burnout as a lawyer, law student, judge, or other legal professional. We’ll include notes for those in management roles, given how much the supervisory relationship impacts employee well-being.

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

If you can’t make the live event, you can still register to receive a link to the recording once it’s available.




About the Expert

Shawn Healy, Phd | Staff Clinician LCL MADr. Shawn Healy joined LCL in March of 2014 following his work in a private group practice in Cambridge. Prior to private practice, Shawn worked at May Institute, Inc. for 10 years, as the Clinical Director and finally the Director of Clinical Services and Operations for the Behavioral Health Division of May Institute. Shawn is licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a psychologist. Shawn coauthored a 2017 ABA book, The Full Weight of the Law: How Legal Professionals Can Recognize and Rebound from Depression, with fellow LCL MA Staff Clinician Jeff Fortgang. Shawn serves on the Massachusetts SJC Standing Advisory Committee on Professionalism, as well as on the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Lawyer Well-Being Committee (2020-2022). Read more about Shawn here.






   Free & Confidential Consultations:

Lawyers, law students, and judges in Massachusetts can discuss concerns with a licensed therapist, law practice advisor, or both. Find more on scheduling here.


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