Hickory – The Catawba Valley Paralegal Association invites you to attend a seminar entitled, “Wellbeing matters. Building Resilience Through Self-Care,” Presented by Gail Brindell, Psyd, MS, Catawba County Employee Wellness Coordinator.
The purpose of the program is to have a better understanding of wellbeing and resilience, understand the link between chronic stress and chronic disease, understand how self-care leads to greater resilience.
The presentation will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 6:00 PM. The presentation is one hour in length and free for all CVPA members.
If you interested in attending and not a CVPA member, please send an invitation request to Laurie Hayden at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, May 7, 2021. There is no fee for the general public to attend this program.
Certified paralegals that are not a CVPA member who wish to receive credit for this CPE will be charged a $25 certification fee.
CVPA is a non-profit organization which encourages ethical and professional conduct within the paralegal profession, and promotes paralegal careers in Catawba, Burke, Caldwell, Lincoln, Alexander, Cleveland and surrounding counties. CVPA furthers education and quality fellowship among its members and guests through CPEs, regular meetings, networking and quarterly social events, and furthers the paralegal profession through its participation in community service projects. Membership in CVPA is open to paralegals, legal assistants, legal secretaries, students enrolled in paralegal programs, paralegal educators, employees of judicial entities, other recognized legal agencies, and anyone interested in the legal or paralegal profession.
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