Back to How Ethical Are We to Ourselves? Mindfulness as a Tool to Recognize Stress, Shift Power Imbalances and Sustain Wellness
How Ethical Are We to Ourselves? Mindfulness as a Tool to Recognize Stress, Shift Power Imbalances and Sustain Wellness 1.00 Credit

How Ethical Are We to Ourselves? Mindfulness as a Tool to Recognize Stress, Shift Power Imbalances and Sustain Wellness (May 2019)

ON-DEMAND SEMINAR

Presented in partnership with WSBA Civil Rights Law Section

In order to be an ethical civil rights practitioner, one must acquire the tools to identify stress, trauma, and suffering associated with civil rights work, not only in the lives of those we serve but also within our own lives. Therefore, this session guides practitioners on applying mindfulness based resilience training into your practice, and how such practice can assist in racial equity work to shift power dynamics. This session also offers guidance on sustaining your own legal practice and your own health and wellness. Contemplative and mindfulness practice can improve our professional responsibility to maintain our candor, fairness, impartiality, communication, and competence in the legal field.

Original Program Date: May 24, 2019
Product Code: 19805-2UMB

Credits:
1.00 Ethics
  • List Price: $99.00
Format
Select Format
select
Item Details:
Back to How Ethical Are We to Ourselves? Mindfulness as a Tool to Recognize Stress, Shift Power Imbalances and Sustain Wellness

This on-demand session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, Examining & Undoing the Power and Privilege of Practice, recorded on May 24, 2019, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching or listening to this recording.

Presenter: Tuere Sala - Guiding Teacher, Seattle Meditation Society (SIMS), Seattle


For accessibility or accommodation requests, or other questions, please email ondemand@wsba.org.

Related products that might be of interest...

0