As we are moving into the finals season, it will be beneficial for students to take a moment to learn about how their mental wellbeing and how to appropriately take care of themselves during this time. The event will take place on Saturday, April 24 from noon to 2 p.m. via Zoom.
Our three panelists are as follows:
‘Well-Being Principles and You’ presented by Amy Rebecca Johnson, attorney at Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. and SLU LAW alum. Johnson’s legal practice concentrates solely in the area of family law. She is the Well-Being Committee chair of BAMSL and a member of the MOBar Lawyers Living Well Committee and a 200-hour registered yoga teacher. As someone who is passionate about the importance of health and wellness, she strives to give her law clients and yoga students a perspective that gives them the tools to create a future that is grounded on strength and success.
‘Law Student Mental Health: Building Resiliency, Increasing Capacity and Creating More Ease in your Life’ presented by Dena B. Tranen, LCSW, owner and therapist at The Middle Way Counseling and Consulting; founder and community builder at The Care Collective. Tranen is a thoughtful leader in the mental health field and at the forefront of innovative approaches to clinical practice. She believes the human spirit is resilient and has great capacity for growth, change and healing. She is known for her direct and interactive style.
Yoga presented by Kathryn Redmond, a SLU LAW alumna and an associate at Armstrong Teasdale. Redmond is a service to her community through her yoga teachings and affiliation with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She was recently named a FOCUS St. Louis Emerging Leader and continues to be a powerful force within her community through her charitable memberships with boards focused on activism, such as Action Power and Rainbow Village.
Zoom link / Meeting ID: 940 7840 2971 Password: 299145