Being an attorney can be an extremely demanding job at times and can easily cause strain on your relationships with partners, families, or friends. Continue reading for some tips on how to foster those relationships.
Being an attorney and a mother can be extremely difficult. Finding work-life balance may seem impossible and mother’s may begin to feel guilty for working as much as they do. Continue to read on some tips that can help next time the working mom guilt sets in.
As an attorney managing a stressful caseload you may result in coping strategies to help manage your stress. One of the most common coping strategies is substance use. If you feel like you have begun to use negative coping strategies therapy is a great option to help you get back on track.
As an attorney you can often be exposed to the traumatic experiences of clients which can lead to experiencing trauma yourself which is often called secondary trauma. If you are being exposed to daily trauma outpatient therapy can be a great option to explore. Learn more about secondary trauma and treatment options below.
Balancing a large caseload as an attorney while still handling the responsibilities of everyday life can often lead to anxiety and depression. If you are struggling to find balance continue to read for some helpful tips on managing work-life balance as an attorney.
Depression can happen when work and life become overwhelming. If you are feeling some of the physical symptoms of depression treatment is available.
As an attorney experiencing high levels of stress on a daily basis may seem normal to you however too much stress can lead to anxiety. Learn more if you are experiencing anxiety from stress and what treatment options are available.
As a therapist, I spend many hours a week talking with people who are struggling to find any positives during this time, or at all. My role is to make space for my client’s experiences during this unprecedented time.
Increased stress with job loss, lack of finances, kids home from school, and social isolation can create an even more volatile home environment for victims and survivors of domestic violence.