Managing Stress and Avoiding Substance Abuse AC18 (.MP3)
While practicing immigration law has many benefits, it also comes with its share of pitfalls. Whether it’s pressure from impending deadlines in high stakes business cases, or the emotional toll taken when helping vulnerable clients and victims of abuse, practitioners face causes of high stress and even secondary trauma on a routine basis. To help counter this, panelists will address the various ways people deal with stress, and provide attendees with effective coping mechanisms and positive life balancing strategies.
- Learning the Difference Between Burnout, Vicarious Trauma, and Secondary Traumatic Stress
- Recognizing the Symptoms of Excessive Stress and Substance Abuse
- Finding Techniques to Advocate Successfully for a Client’s Case While Maintaining a Healthy Personal Distance
- Rachel Ray (DL), Davis, CA
- Donusia Lipinski, Myrtle Beach, SC
- Mariela G. Shibley, Psy.D., Clinical Psychologist, San Diego, CA
*This is a preliminary session description. All sessions and events are subject to change without notice. For a complete list of all the sessions offered at the 2018 Annual Conference please view the Conference Program.
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