Over the last few years since publication of my Lawyer’s Guide book I’ve given presentations for various work sectors, including law, business, local government and education.
Here are some links that have been useful when working with clients from different backgrounds:
FIVE WAYS TO WELLBEING
Practical evidence-based lifestyle guidance. There’s a lot of information out there about the 5 Ways. This guide from Devon NHS sets it out more clearly than most.
FIRST STEPS SURREY
And this from Surrey. Page 22 has self help tips for getting on top of anxiety.
Lots of information about wellbeing from the mental health charity, Mind.
CITY MENTAL HEALTH ALLIANCE
A comprehensive collection of resources for city workers and others.
A TOOLKIT TO ADDRESS STRESS
A guide produced by MHFA England for Mental Health Awareness Week 2018.
An Australian site designed to help create healthy workplaces. Excellent resources.
Five ways to check for the signs of stress – a quick self audit
For formal training check out Mental Health First Aid England
Mainly for lawyers:
Free telephone helpline, support and resources for lawyers in the UK
WELLBEING AT THE BAR
For counsel and those working in chambers
Fit for Law: emotional competence and professional resilience
A free 6 hour course for legal professionals and employers
THE LAW SOCIETY
Supporting wellbeing in the workplace: guidance for best practice
Resilience and wellbeing guidance
And for students:
And from Oxford Uni