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Paralegal Burnout: Stopping It Before It Starts

  • December 09, 2021
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Online (Zoom)



Burnout is very real among paralegals and is an increasingly serious problem in the legal industry. In a profession that is plagued with overwork and high demands, paralegals have been working longer and harder, sometimes with little to no support, giving way to increased feelings of stress in both the workplace and at home. Feelings of exhaustion and overwhelm, being emotionally drained, and unable to keep up with incessant demands have caused many to experience wellness and mental health struggles. 

So, how do you give your all without losing all of you?

In this live interactive webinar, Certified Cognitive Behavioural Coaches and Wellness Consultants, Denise Chand and Jennifer John delve into how to destress, overcome the overwhelm and manage the mind so you can live a more fulfilling life. At this event you'll also learn:

  • Techniques to help you go from feeling stuck to becoming unstoppable;

  • The biggest mindset shift to make to experience less stress and get back your balance;

  • Tools you can use to stop the burnout before it starts and cultivate a stronger relationship with self; and

  • More.

December 9, 2021
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Members - FREE

Non-Members - $20.00

Thank you to our Sponsor:

Presented by
Denise Chand and Jennifer John

Denise Chand and Jennifer John are Certified Cognitive Behavioral and Relationship Coaches, Unstuck Experts, Authors, Wellness Consultants and Founders of The Sacred Space Coaching and Consulting together with over 20 years of extensive experience working for a number of international firms as paralegals and legal assistants. Denise and Jennifer help individuals across North America make empowering shifts to get unstuck in life and relationships and become unstoppable.

Burnout: Stopping It Before It Starts...How to Destress, Manage The Mind and Live A More Fulfilling Life
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