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The Lawyer-Turned-Therapist

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The office cry. It’s as routine an occurrence in law as after-work drinks. And it’s something that lawyer-turned-therapist Will Meyerhofer can empathize with when he meets his clients, a niche of anxious and depressed corporate lawyers.

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  • Boston Lawyer

    It‘s nice Will discovered his passion. Only thing related to his initial attempt at a legal career is (like many other aimless college grads) his failure to investigate what a lawyer does. For his clients who have similar feelings, I‘d worry they are chasing greener grass elsewhere. There‘s a whole lot of worse ways to make a living then helping people with legal matters.

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