Corporate Counsel Business Journal announces the Inaugural Thrive Webcast Series

Corporate Counsel Business Journal, published by Law Business Media, announces its inaugural webcast series, THRIVE: A Users Guide to Mental Strength, beginning on May 6, 2020, and will extend throughout the year.

THRIVE is a series of webcasts, live and on-demand, of original well-being and self-care programming with leaders who are compassionate about offering insights and resources. These webcasts are complimentary for any member of the legal community and allow for anonymous attendance as well as CLE accreditation.

“The THRIVE webcast series provides an essential toolkit for the legal community in these uncertain times,” said Kristin Calve, editor & publisher of CCBJ. “The Legal Community is the 7th largest in terms of mental health and substance abuse issues and THRIVE is designed to help individuals realize success in their professional and personal lives.”

The THRIVE Advisory Board members include Lita Abella, senior program analyst, Lawyer Assistance Program, The State Bar of California; Maureen Harms, associate general counsel and managing counsel, 3M; Lisa Smith, author and Certified Recovery Coach; and Eileen Travis, LCSW, director, New York City Lawyer Assistance Program, The New York City Bar.

THRIVE’s initial webcast, “Leadership, Culture & Change: Establishing a Tone from the Top to Advance Mental Toughness and Resilience,” kicks off on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. EDT. Panelists include Lisa Cleary, co-chair and managing partner, Patterson Belknap; Russell Deyo, deputy secretary (acting) and undersecretary of management, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Michael Genovese, M.D., J.D., chief medical officer, Acadia Healthcare. Kristin Calve will moderate the panel.

Patterson Belknap is the supporting Partner on the webcast.

Registration for the May 6, 2020 THRIVE webcast can be found at here.

THRIVE topics under consideration include Understanding the Magnitude of Substance Abuse and/or Mental Health; PTS: Recovery of the Family; How Not to Derail Recovery; Client Collaboration; Caring for the Caregiver; Innovative Healthcare Offerings; Compassionate Risk Management; and Neuroscience and Brain Health.

For additional information about speaking, attending, or supporting the THRIVE webcast series, please contact Kimberly Fine, managing director – programs, CCBJ, [email protected]