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Fostering Mental Health for Ourselves
Fostering Mental Health for Ourselves, Our Families, and Our Colleagues Through Challenging Times
September 23, 2020 | 12:30 p.m. - 1:45 p.m.
Free for Members & Non-Members
: All attendees will receive an email confirmation including a Zoom invite by 5pm the day before the program with details of how to access the webinar.
September is National Recovery Month, in celebration please join us for this discussion of how our COVID-19 reality is impacting all of our mental health. We will address how you might spot a substance use or mental health disorder in yourself or someone else. We will also discuss strategies and tools used by people in recovery that can help everyone today.
is a former practicing lawyer and law firm executive, as well as a recovery coach, speaker, and podcast host. She works with legal employers and other organizations to break the stigma around substance use and mental health disorders, and to promote employee wellbeing. Lisa is the author of Girl Walks Out of a Bar, her acclaimed memoir of high-functioning addiction and recovery in the world of New York City corporate law.
is a journalist and social worker. For three decades, she has written about business, technology and social issues for a wide array of national magazines and newspapers. She was a columnist for The New York Times Sunday Business section for six years and since 2004 has been a regular contributor to the newspaper. This month, she completed a Masters degree in social work. She is the author of Smacked, a story of white collar ambition, addiction and tragedy.
is a clinical social worker and the Executive Director of the City Bar’s Lawyer Assistance Program (LAP). LAP provides free, confidential assistance to lawyers, judges, law students, staff and family members faced with mental health, substance use and any other personal or professional issue that effects their quality of life.
The Lawyer Assistance Program
, Eileen Travis, Executive Director
Mental Health Law
, Karen Simmons, Chair
Mindfulness and Well-Being in Law
, Cecilia Loving, Chair
Lawyer Assistance Program, Ralph Wolf, Chair
To learn more about the New York City Bar Lawyer Assistance Program, please visit
New York City Bar Association 42 West 44th St New York, NY 10036 UNITED STATES
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