I specialize in working with young lawyers.

Being a young lawyer means working in a world like no other. In one day, a judge can come down on you so hard, you feel like you will never be able to please anyone. You feel as though life is crushing in on you and the only way left to survive is to sacrifice yourself. 

You've needed to be on top of everything, overworking, overthinking, and over doing. That's how you got to where you are now. All the success, passing the exams, having the JD after your name - it leaves you looking for what is next. What was all of this hard work for if you are never really done?

Then more questions pop up - Are you doing it right? Can you really make a difference? The lack of satisfaction is never ending and it can leave you anxious and sometimes even depressed. 

Being so smart and having to be on point all the time, leaves you nowhere to just be real, slow down and figure out where you are and where you are going. 

What would it look like to not have to work so hard at everything?