Updated: Dec. 6, 2019

Winter Wellness

Ready for a winter refresh and some free CLE credit? Psychiatrist Chris Bundy, MD offers strategies and solutions to address burnout. Burnout or Fade Away, Isn’t There Another Way: Recognition and Management Approaches to Professional Stress and Burnout is available for free through the end of December 2019. Approved for 1.5 CLE credits. Recorded April 2016. View the coursebook.

Please be advised that you are responsible for self-reporting all credits earned by watching or listening to on-demand seminars. Document your credits using Activity ID 1008829 on the MCLE Online System.

This CLE is just one of the offerings in our Winter Wellness program.

The Member Wellness Program (formerly known as the Lawyers Assistance Program) promotes the well-being of WSBA members and law students. We are your resource for consultation, community, and education on mental health and self-care topics. All services are confidential (APR 19).

Contact us.


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Someone to talk to about mental health issues, concerns about an attorney, or job search advice.

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WSBA Connects

Free confidential counseling with a licensed provider in your community.

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Peer Advising

Get support from a WSBA attorney.


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Mental Health

Guidance for depression, stress, and suicidal thinking.

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Learn about Compassion Fatigue, Procrastination, and Setting Boundaries.

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Learn about local groups, referral resources, and approaches to recovery.


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Job Search

How-to guides, in person groups, and WSBA’s Career Center.

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Statewide groups and resources that build mental clarity.

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A suite of web pages that address both the practical and personal challenges of retirement.

Contact the Member Wellness Program

  • Phone: 206-727-8268
    Email: wellness@wsba.org
    If you are having thoughts of suicide or experiencing a mental health crisis call WSBA Connects at 800-765-0770. This hotline is staffed 24/7.