Stress - How to handle stress in your practice

Do not let stress rob you of your happiness

 Legal practitioners are increasingly experiencing heightened levels of stress. Not only does this negatively impact on your work, but it also causes emotional and physical problems. This seminar will assist with identifying symptoms of stress. It will also equip you with the skill of how to manage stress effectively.
Practising law can be very stressful. Are you aware of how stress compromises how you function and your health? Learn how to manage your stress

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Who should attend
Attorneys and candidate attorneys
In-house counsel and presiding offices

Overview of programme

  • • Symptoms of Stress (anxiety, burnouts)
    • Ways to manage Stress (time management)
    • Making stress work for you (trap it, map it, zap it)
    • What is Stress? (survival stress, internal stress, environmental stress)
    • Reason for Stress (physical threats, social threats, financial threat)
    • Compassion Fatigue (also known as secondary traumatic stress (STS), is a condition characterized by a gradual lessening of compassion over time.)

Event details
Cape Town 23 June 2017
East London 26 June 2017
Midrand 30 June 2017

Dr Lynette Roux
Dr Lynette Roux is a clinical psychologist who has been in private practice for over 30 years. She has specialised in psycho-legal work for at least 15 years. She has testified as an expert in magistrate, regional and high court matters

Registration fees (VAT incl)
The registration fees are substantially subsidised for practising attorneys and candidate attorneys. Course material and refreshments are included in the fee.
1. Practising attorneys : R 960 per person
2. Candidate attorneys and support staff : R 840.00 per person
3. Practising attorneys from firms further than 150 km from closest venue : R 620.00 per person
4. Non-practising attorneys / others : R 1 920.00 per person

For more information, please call the Seminars department at LEAD at Tel: +27 (0)12 441 4600  or Email: