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What Lawyers and Judges need to Know About COMPASSION FATIGUE and the Strategies to Prevent It (MCLE Credit Extended to 12/31/2019)

What Lawyers and Judges need to Know About COMPASSION FATIGUE and the Strategies to Prevent It (MCLE Credit Extended to 12/31/2019)

Date: 04/07/2011
Topic: Mental Health and Substance Use
Credit: 3 - MHSU
OSB CLE Program No.: 558*1687
Lawyers and judges –- particularly those in criminal, family, juvenile, and tort law - are frequently exposed to stories of human trauma, including domestic violence, child abuse, sex abuse, assault, devastating accidents and other horrific incidents. Exposure to this type of information can, over time, increase your risk of developing secondary traumatic stress and compassion fatigue. This CLE offers helpful strategies to prevent the development of compassion fatigue. (MCLE Credit Extended to 12/31/2019)

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