Qualifies for 1.25 CPD Hours and .75 Ethics.
This follow-up webinar to Boundaries for Lawyers, Part I, explores the feelings we and others experience when setting boundaries, the difficult conversations that may follow, and provides guidance on regulating our emotions as we navigate those feelings and conversations.
-Why enacting boundaries is critical for personal and professional development.
-Who you struggle to set boundaries with and why, as well as circumstances that contribute to you being unable to set boundaries.
-How to have the difficult conversations that are sometimes necessary when setting boundaries.
-How to overcome feelings of guilt and fear when setting a boundary.
-How you can regulate your emotions leading up to, during, and after difficult conversations.
-Self-reflection questions regarding boundaries, and tips on how to take charge of your well-being and your life.
Webinar registration includes the Boundaries (Part II) workbook.
Bena Stock joins us again for this webinar. Bena is a lawyer, a registered clinical counsellor, a mother, and the wife of a litigator. She was a litigator for 24 years, practicing primarily medical negligence and insurance defence before transitioning to an in-house role where she defended lawyers. Bena retired from law and obtained a master’s degree in counselling.
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