Break Silence on Depression: Justice Marshall
Lawyers Weekly June 4, 2015
Depression and the Legal Profession
Susan B. Eisenhauer, J.D. and Terry Harrell, J.D., MSW, LCSW, Volume 23, No. 4. Indiana Trial Lawyers Association quarterly journal, The Verdict. Reprinted with permission.
Lawyers with Depression
Articles, information, and resources for attorneys coping with depression.
A Brainstorm of Another Kind
Susan B. Eisenhauer, J.D., Volume 24, No. 1. Indiana Trial Lawyers Association quarterly journal, The Verdict. Reprinted with permission.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
If you are in crisis, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Facts About Anxiety Disorders
From the National Institute of Mental Health
Greater Indiana Chapter
Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
Bumps in the Road: Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
Alan C. Bail, GP | Solo Magazine
Find out whether ADD is affecting your life.
Bumps in the Road
Myer J. (Michael) Cohen, GP | Solo Magazine
Long hours, demanding clients, and inhospitable work environments--it's a guaranteed recipe for stress, burnout, depression, and substance abuse. But the organized bar is fighting back, helping lawyers regain health, save licenses, salvage families, and protect clients.
The Dangerous Link Between Chronic Office Chaos, Stress, Depression, and Substance Abuse
Nancy Byerly Jones, GP | Solo Magazine
Last-minute panics, little pre-planning of case strategies, weak leadership, mismanagement of files, high turnover, and frequent client complaints--is this a snapshot of your office? If so, find out how to decrease office chaos and improve morale.
Mental Health America of Indiana
An affiliate of Mental Health America
National Institute of Mental Health
National Institutes of Health
Find out if you're at risk
Bumps in the Road: Gambling
Paul R. Ashe, GP | Solo Magazine
Learn how to spot the signs of a gambling problem and how to use a compulsive gambling defense when facing sentencing or disbarment proceedings.
Bumps in the Road: Internet Addiction
Kimberly S. Young, GP | Solo Magazine
Internet addiction is being identified as the culprit in an increasing number of divorce cases, child custody battles, criminal litigations, and law practice failures.
What to do and what not to do
Sheriff Bart: "Need any help?" The Waco Kid: "Oh, all I can get."
- Blazing Saddles
Terry Harrell, J.D., MSW, LCSW, Volume 23, No. 3. Indiana Trial Lawyers Association quarterly journal, The Verdict. Reprinted with permission.
"We're from the Bar, and We're Here to Help You"
John W. Clark Jr., GP | Solo Magazine
Lawyer assistance programs offer a variety of ways to help lawyers with substance abuse, mental health, and other problems.
Common Questions for LAPs
Bonnie Waters, Jeff Fortgang, and Nancy Brown, GP | Solo Magazine
Today's LAPs handle more than just alcohol and drug abuse. They can provide answers to dilemmas such as how to overcome procrastination, handle an overbearing boss or partner, and turn around a declining practice.