Free and Confidential Workshop: Techniques for Practicing Law with ADHD on October 26, 2018.
Depending on your circumstances, ADHD can feel like a burden or a superpower. Clinical staff at Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (LCL is the same organization behind our Mass LOMAP services) designed a 3-hour workshop specifically for law students, lawyers, and other legal professionals who face unique obstacles in their work – and have unique abilities – as a result of ADHD. No formal diagnosis is required.
Much of the common perception of ADHD is misleading. We’ll take a real look at the nature of ADHD, and why viewing it as a deficit in attention is not very accurate or helpful.
You’ll come away with specific techniques to use to harness your attention and focus, and ways of addressing obstacles in productivity due to the experiences of ADHD.
The workshop will run from 9am – 12pm on October 26th at our LCL | Mass LOMAP Office in Boston. And we’ll help you fuel your development with food, beverages, and breaks for conversation with new connections. If the workshop logistics are inconvenient for you but you’d otherwise want to attend, email Shawn to see how we might accommodate better.
After you attend the workshop, you can join our monthly support group! This will be your network for ongoing guidance, accountability, and support as you continue to implement and try new solutions that will help you harness the value and minimize the drawbacks of working and living with ADHD.
MEET THE PROGRAM LEADER
Dr. Shawn Healy, PhD joined Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers in 2014. As a Clinical Psychologist, he meets with clients regularly, leads groups, writes articles, and makes presentations to the legal community. Shawn enjoys riding his motorcycle and preparing homemade mac & cheese for his wife and three kids. Read more about Shawn here.
Let Shawn know if attending in Boston is inconvenient for you, or if you’re interested in an online version of this workshop for any other reason! Shawn can be reached via email at email@example.com, or by calling (617) 482-9600.
And you’ll find more insight in this interview with our Executive Director, Anna Levine, Esq. who shared her personal experiences working and living with ADHD, as a lawyer and beyond.