“Everything I need to know I learned in psychodrama. I remind myself to listen with my heart, tune into the emotions — not just the words — be open, be honest, and be kind because we have more in common than we’ll ever know…and to be fearless because no matter how alone we’re feeling, we are never alone and our TLC group — every single one of them — will be there to help you when you’re going through a problem.”

This week, host Rafe Foreman is joined by Connie Taylor Henderson, who practices law with her husband and her son in Vancouver, Washington. Continuing our current podcast series titled “Restructuring Success,” Connie backpacks off of the upcoming Warrior Magazine theme with an engaging dive into why TLC is worth fighting for.

By sharing the impact that TLC has had on her life both personally and professionally and reflecting on TLC’s past, present, and future in these turbulent yet promising times, Connie’s words are sure to resonate with all who have been touched by the TLC methods.

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Episode Guest, Connie Taylor Henderson

112 Connie Henderson HeadshotConnie Henderson is proud to say that she has lived in the Pacific Northwest her entire life. She worked as a paralegal for many years while also taking college classes, graduating from Lewis Clark State College with a business degree in 1988. Connie earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Idaho College of Law. She is licensed to practice in both Idaho and Washington state and federal courts.

For many years, Connie was a partner at the Clark and Feeney law firm in Lewiston, Idaho, with a practice focusing on personal injury, medical negligence, and family law cases. She married Paul Henderson and they established the Henderson Law Firm, PLLC, which became the Henderson Taylor Law Firm in 2015. Connie’s practice continues to focus on helping clients negotiate their way through difficult times in their lives, whether it be from medical malpractice, an injury from an auto collision, or the dissolution of their marriage.

When she is not working or enjoying the outdoors (skiing, hiking, and flying with Paul), one of Connie’s favorite activities is teaching. She has instructed high school mock trial teams, and she is a regular instructor at the University of Idaho’s civil trial advocacy program. Connie graduated from the Trial Lawyers College in 2001 and has been an instructor in the program since 2003, teaching trial skills to attorneys from around the U.S.

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