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Meeting The Special Needs Of Clients Who Have Experienced Trauma, from NELA's 2018 Fall Seminar
Published by National Employment Lawyers Association

Working with clients who have experienced trauma, such as sexual assault or sexual harassment, requires special considerations. This panel offers practical advice from experts who understand the particular needs of individuals who have experienced trauma, and suggest ways to work with mental health professionals who are providing critical support to these clients. Our panelists also discuss counseling such clients during difficult phases of litigation, including depositions and mediation, while keeping in mind what is best for the client’s overall well-being.

Amy Coopman
Amy Coopman is a civil litigator, principally representing plaintiffs in employment related disputes, including claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful discharge, FMLA and FLSA rights, and employment agreement violations. Ms....More
Brenda Adams
Brenda Star Adams has dedicated her legal career to representing the most marginalized communities of our society, with an emphasis on providing access to justice for immigrants, members of the LGBT+ community, and low-income communities of color....More
KC Wagner
KC Wagner is the Director of Workplace Issues at the ILR School and the co-chair of The Worker Institute’s Equity at Work Initiative at Cornell University. She has specialized in the prevention of sexual harassment, gender bias, bullying,...More
Originally Published
October 12, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Meeting The Special Needs Of Clients Who Have Experienced Trauma - Audio
  2. Meeting The Special Needs Of Clients Who Have Experienced Trauma - Paper

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