Greg Crosby, Marylhurst University

Marylhurst faculty member Greg Crosby leads workshops on Practicing Law with ADD for the Oregon Attorney Assistance Program in September 2016.

Greg Crosby will co-facilitate Practicing Law with ADD in Salem on Sept. 22-23, 2016. This is the same workshop offered by OAAP in Eugene-Springfield earlier in September.

In this workshop, Crosby introduces participants to the brain science of ADD/ADHD and how unmanaged ADD/ADHD affects functioning at work. Workshop participants learn how to integrate planning and organizing into a law practice, tailoring planning tools to their specific needs; how to develop cognitive skills to help develop an objective perspective and reduce reactivity when under stress; and how to utilize stress management tools for improving ADD/ADHD. Participants also complete the Rogers Indicator for Multiple Intelligences to understand their individual learning style.

The Oregon Attorney Assistance Program sponsors a number of free or low-cost workshops for Oregon lawyers and judges. Early registration is encouraged.

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Greg Crosby teaches in the art therapy counselinghuman studies, psychology and social sciences programs at Marylhurst University. He will teach a weekend workshop, Interpersonal Neurobiology of ADD/ADHD, at Marylhurst University in October 2016.