Secondary TraumaThis podcast was recorded on October 14 and is 48 minutes long.
AILA Associate Director of the Practice and Professionalism Center, Susan Timmons Marks, leads a discussion with Linda Albert, manager of the Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program, and Dr. Lin Piwowarczyk, assistant professor of Psychiatry at the Boston University School of Medicine, on secondary trauma especially as it relates to the work being done by volunteer attorneys in Artesia, New Mexico. What is secondary trauma? What can you do to prevent it? The panel offers advice on how to prepare yourself for secondary trauma, how to recognize the symptoms, and what you can do to take care of yourself during and after your experience. In addition, the speakers share results from a recent survey of Artesia volunteers. This podcast is highly recommended for those volunteers who have been to Artesia, have volunteered to go, or are considering volunteering. However, it can be helpful to any attorney who comes across stressful cases in their practice.
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