Lawyers Need Therapy, Too

When it comes to how the mind governs our mental health, lawyers may hope to be "above the law."

Gazing Out the Window

Jeena Cho, author of The Anxious Lawyer: An 8-Week Guide to a Joyful and Satisfying Law Practice Through Mindfulness and Meditation addresses mental health stigma inside the legal field where everyday human struggles like stress, depression, and anxiety are met with unique hurdles when experienced by lawyers:  

Why Lawyers Fear Seeing Therapists, And Why We Should Do It Anyway

Chef's Recipe For Sobriety

Sober chef's weigh in on how they integrate self-care into their cutthroat kitchens.  

Chef in a Kitchen

To shut his own brain off at the end of service, he fell into bar culture, with its rotating cast of characters. Drinking until several years ago, following a New Year’s bender, he decided to stop for a week, which became two weeks, and then a month. “And then,” he says, “it wasn’t if I could do it; it was: I’m doing it.” He has maintained his sobriety for a number of years now in the face of grueling restaurant work.

How some Long Island Chef's maintain sanity, sobriety and success.