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  • Wall Street Journal: Law Firms Finally Say It’s OK to See a Therapist
    posted on FEBRUARY 22, 2018 I was honored to be interviewed by the Wall Street Journal last year; On-site psychologists and other wellness initiatives are becoming health considerations for Legal Firms globally. For ease of Read more
  • Why Would You Offer a Wellness Program?
    posted on FEBRUARY 19, 2018 Working in the legal profession can be very demanding; offering easily accessible professional consultation support can boost staff morale and foster attainment of continued excellence as well Read more
  • Coping with Cognitive Challenges at Work
    posted on FEBRUARY 5, 2018 Last May, I wrote an article featured by UConn Health on the subject of coping with cognitive challenges at work. It is an undeniable reality that Americans Read more
  • Persistent Post-Concussion Syndrome
    posted on FEBRUARY 4, 2018 A Manifestation of Post-Concussion Syndrome and its Enduring Presentation A concussion is a closed head injury that is all too common in today’s world. In the US, Read more
  • Cognitive Challenges in the Workplace
    posted on FEBRUARY 1, 2018 Last year, I was pleased to be featured on the cover of the Journal of Employee Assistance during the 1st Quarter of 2017. In my article, I Read more
  • Hawai’i Journal of Medicine & Public Health
    posted on JANUARY 31, 2018 In August 2017, I was cited in the Hawai’i Journal of Medicine and Public Health. Anxieties about mental health start early as law students often avoid seeing a Read more
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment
    posted on JANUARY 28, 2018 The condition known as “Mild Cognitive Impairment” is one that is typically found in individuals starting around middle-age and continuing into the later decades of lifespan. The Read more

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