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The Anatomy of Calm


The most basic goal of stress management is to function in a state of calm, yet most of our approaches focus solely on decreasing stress and overlook the role of calm. This workshop equips participants to identify the symptoms of anxiety and proactively apply techniques to train the brain and the body to better access a state of calm.

Participants in this program will learn:

  • How to identify anxiety in lawyers (with symptoms and behavioral examples).
  • The ethical implications of unmanaged anxiety in lawyers (with symptoms and behavioral examples).
  • The neuroscience behind stress, calm, and the lawyer brain.
  • Proactive science-based techniques for cultivating calm.

CLE Credit:
1.0 competence (CA)
1.0 mental health (IL)
1.2 ethics (MO)
1.0 ethics and professionalism (NY experienced & transitional)
1.0 ethics (TX) (pending)

Chelsy Castro, JD, MA, AM, LCSW, Principal and Founder - Castro Jacobs Psychotherapy and Consulting

Originally Presented:
May 6, 2022