Tyler Coe Speaks at Bridge The Gap Virtual Seminar


Attorney Tyler Coe spoke to members of the Young Lawyers Division of the Iowa State Bar Association on Thursday and Friday, September 10-11, 2020 about family law and mental health.

Family Law From Start to Finish

In his presentation "Family Law From Start to Finish," he discussed his journey to commitment to practicing family law and the ins and outs of practicing family law with new attorneys.

Topics of his presentation included:

  • Client intake
  • Relationship development
  • Financial concerns
  • Children
  • Domestic abuse
  • The benefits of specialization for the attorney and client
  • Additional needs including wills and estate planning

Your Mental Health

In his presentation "Your Mental Health," he noted that the COVID-19 pandemic brings a whole new importance to learning and utilizing appropriate mental health considerations for attorneys and clients. He addresses mental health challenges individuals face and coping strategies.

Topics of the presentation included:

  • Definitions of mental health and mental illness
  • Examples affecting mental health
  • Mental health awareness and treatment
  • Avoiding burnout
  • Engagement in good behaviors
  • Anxiety and stress coping strategies

About Tyler Coe

Tyler Coe is a mental health advocate and frequent speaker on the subject to lawyers, professional associations, educators, therapists, and care givers.

Outside of his practice of law, Tyler is president of the Please Pass the Love board of directors. The organization works with Iowa schools to help students and families navigate the school mental health journey through research and evidence-based strategies and frameworks. 


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