Stress in the Workplace: The Impact It Has on Our Thinking

  • Wed, November 10, 2021
  • 8:15 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Webinar

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Stress in the Workplace:
The Impact It Has on Our Thinking

Dr. Diana Uchiyama
Lawyers' Assistance Program

MCLE approved for 1-hour general credit, ethics credit pending

Free for IRELA Members
Non-Members* ~ $50


Stress and stressful conditions for lawyers and judges is a hazard of the legal profession and can lead to high levels of mental health and substance use disorders. 

When working under high levels of stress, our thinking and decision making can become impaired and less optimal. This presentation will help identify the most common errors in thinking and decision-making when under stress and provide practical proven approaches to avoiding them and achieving desired outcomes.



Dr. Diana Uchiyama, JD, PsyD, CAADC is the Executive Director of the Illinois Lawyers’ Assistance Program (LAP).  Prior to joining LAP, she was the Administrator of Psychological Services for DuPage County and ran a licensed outpatient substance use treatment program, including a Mentally Ill Substance Abuse (MISA) program and Seeking Safety program for individuals with substance use problems, who were also trauma survivors.  While at DuPage County she also ran a 26-week Domestic Batterer Intervention Program for a court mandated population of clients. 

Dr. Uchiyama has also worked for the Kane County Diagnostic Center, as both a Staff Psychologist and Juvenile Drug Court Coordinator, and has an extensive background doing court ordered evaluations including psychological, sanity, fitness, fitness to parent, and sex offender evaluations.  She is a licensed sex offender evaluator in the State of Illinois.   She has implemented numerous changes to court ordered programs both in Kane and DuPage County and is a SAMSHA certified trauma informed care trainer.  Dr. Uchiyama also conducts therapy with adults and adolescents, is a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and has an Advanced Mindfulness Training Certificate, teaching mindfulness skills to others in order to increase their wellbeing.

Prior to obtaining her masters and doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Dr. Uchiyama was an Assistant Public Defender in Cook County working in various felony courtrooms at 26th and California in Chicago  for over a decade. She obtained her law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law.


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