Legal

  We recognize the impact of secondary traumatic stress on attorneys and judges. Matters brought before the court include child abuse, child custody, domestic violence, murder, rape, divorce, and sentencing. The combination of factual circumstances and emotions that are displayed, together with the sheer volume of cases and institutional pressure to produce results, exerts a physical and emotional...
 

We recognize the impact of secondary traumatic stress on attorneys and judges.

Matters brought before the court include child abuse, child custody, domestic violence, murder, rape, divorce, and sentencing. The combination of factual circumstances and emotions that are displayed, together with the sheer volume of cases and institutional pressure to produce results, exerts a physical and emotional toll on attorneys and judges alike.



  

Frontline Psychological Services & Wellness is proud to offer training, consultation and wellness events designed to enhance or restore well-being among attorneys, judges and other legal personnel.

Our nation’s legal professionals deserve (a) training about how trauma affects them and those who gather in the court and (b) opportunities to reduce stress and symptoms of burnout.



Trainings

Trainings are designed to foster safety, mastery and empowerment. Our goal is to facilitate practical and learner-focused trainings that (a) inspire and motivate, (b) celebrate individual and group achievements, (c) increase learners’ knowledge about the subject matter and (d) reinforce workplace values and principles. We are guided by the belief that learners learn best when they talk, think, move, create, play and act.
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Consultation

Consultation may be requested when an organization finds itself plagued by low morale, shaken by crisis, or unable to meet its mission. Proactive consultation may occur to enhance attorney well-being and stave off problems associated with chronic stress and secondary traumatic exposure.
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Wellness events

Our wellness events range from half a day to as long as one week and can occur on a one-time basis or repeat monthly, quarterly or at another agreed upon rate. Activities are designed to support reflection in place of reaction, curiosity in lieu of numbing, self-care instead of self-sacrifice and collective impact rather than silo-ed structures.
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