A Confidential EAP Service for the Legal Profession
If you are concerned about yourself or about a partner, associate, colleague, bar applicant, law student or judge, help is available here.
TLAP services address a range of health and personal issues, such as:
Stress and burnout
Processing cases with disturbing material
Balancing the demands of practice and family
Process addictions, such as food, sex, gambling
Grief and loss
TLAP offers numerous services including: consultations, crisis stabilization, assessments, referrals, interventions, education, peer support services, ABA networking & outreach, anonymous support groups and more.
All calls are CONFIDENTIAL and FREE
When you call TLAP, you can be sure that complete confidentiality will be maintained. The Tennessee Supreme Court has established TLAP as an approved impaired lawyers program pursuant to a Rule 33 of the Rules of The Supreme Court of Tennessee. By virtue of said rule, all communications with TLAP are confidential and members of TLAP are relieved of their duty to report ethical violations discovered as a result of their TLAP work. This means that any misconduct or ethical violation discovered or revealed to a member of TLAP will not be reported to any disciplinary board.. Additionally, communications with TLAP are confidential and priviledged by virtue of T.C.A. Sec. 23-4-101, et seq.
are not a sign of failure, but an opportunity for
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