Lawyers rank among the most depressed professionals. One in three of them contemplate suicide at least once a year and about 30 per cent suffer from clinical major depression. These are not good statistics. Something is very wrong.
I work with lawyers mostly, but also with physicians, architects, accountants and many other high-stress professionals.
I try to help them succeed whether they work in large or small firms. I listen to them – when I’m not giving a talk that is – because I want to know, and because that’s my job. Listening.
I am a scientist and a clinical psychologist and as both I am trained to search for the hidden commonalities that bind people together.
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