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Stress Management through Mindfulness Meditation

Total Credits: 3.0 CLE, 3.0 Ethics

Average Rating:
Ethics |  Stress or Substance Abuse
Blake Ashley
Original Program Date:
Jun 18, 2022


Course provides basic instruction in mindfulness meditation techniques as well as a conceptual framework for understanding chronic stress, the problems it creates, and the solution.  Discover how chronic stress can adversely affect your legal practice and learn practical, hands-on skills to help eliminate it.  Course includes time for meditation practice and question/answer sessions.
Registrants are encouraged to wear comfortable, casual attire for the seminar.
•  Introduction
      o       Myths about meditation
      o       Set of skills to be developed during course
•  Chronic stress
    o       Conceptual model of stress
    o       Chronic stress as it pertains to the practice of law
    o       How mindfulness meditation eliminates chronic stress
•  Detailed discussion of the mindfulness skill set
    o       Concentration power
    o       Sensory clarity
    o       Equanimity
•  Continuing practice
    o       Tips for continuing the practice after the course
    o       Resources for further practice and study
Blake Ashley, Mindfulness Instructor



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Blake Ashley is a former member of the Arizona State Bar and spent eighteen years as Principal Assistant City Attorney with the City of Tucson.  He graduated from the University of Arizona with degrees in Chemistry and Psychology, and with honors from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles.

He was a law clerk for U.S. District Court Judge J. Spencer Letts and an associate attorney at O’Melveny and Myers in Los Angeles before moving to Arizona.  Blake has taught at the Tucson Meditation Center and has his own website at: 

His email is:



Overall:      4.8

Total Reviews: 11


Lauren S

"Excellent presentation. However sound quality during first hour had some issues and having the attendance confirmation during meditations was a bit disruptive. "

John P

"everything was good, thank you"

Melissa K

"Informative and helpful."

Michael B

"challenging to do the meditation exercises and also be on the lookout for the attendance prompts"

Jennifer P

"I think programs like this are a great idea for confronting the anxiety and mental health issues rampant in our profession. I thought the material was quite helpful, questions were answered and handled well, and left feeling pleased for having participated."