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WEBINAR: Managing Mental Health for Family Professionals – ThinkLegal

Family practitioners must work under extremely high stress, trauma and constant conflict. It is no wonder that the statistics show that law practitioners are particularly susceptible to mental health concerns, including depression, substance abuse, burnout and suicide ideation.
In this webinar, we delve deep into the subject of mental health and its importance in family practice.
Speakers: 
Adv Doris Goodenough
Ruth Ancer (Psychologist)
Orné Louw (Mediator)
Mervyn Vermeulen (Attorney)

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