We treat law professionals and their families for a variety of mental and substance issues, including:
- stress and work life balance
- depression and suicide
- substance abuse
- anger management
- compassion fatigue
- process addictions
- grief and loss
We understand that law is a stressful profession, and we’re here to help. Please consult the warning signs below, and if you are experiencing any of these conditions, please contact our office.
Warning Signs That You Need Help
- Unexplained or repeated absences or tardiness for court appearances, depositions, etc.
- Peculiar or improbable excuses for absences
Confusion or difficulty concentrating
- Difficulty in recalling instructions, details, etc.
- Increasing difficulty in handling complex assignments
- Difficulty in recalling own mistakes
- Work requires more effort than it should
Spasmodic work patterns
- Alternative periods of high and low productivity
Generally lowered job efficiency
- Missed deadlines
- Mistakes due to inattention or poor judgment
- Making bad decisions
- Complaints from clients
- Improbable excuses for poor performance
Poor interpersonal relationships
- Overreaction to real or imagined criticism
- Wide swings in morale or mood
- Unreasonable resentments or hostility
- Excessive suspicion
- Complaints of fatigue.
- Back pains or other vague medical problems.
- Complaints of stomach problems or nausea.
- Repeated hospitalizations and/or accidents.
- Observable physical signs such as bleary eyes, wobbly stance, shakes, flushed face, widely dilated or tightly constricted pupils, bloodshot eyes, staggering, blank look/expressionless, standing or sitting immobile (as if in a trance), hand or leg tremors, downcast or disheveled appearance, slurred speech, lethargy, restlessness/nervousness/anxiety, panic reaction, facial tic, excessive talking, disoriented thoughts (“word salad”), silence.