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Wellbeing resources from Resolution

Supporting the wellbeing of the family justice profession

Helping you look after your wellbeing

To support the wellbeing of family justice professionals, Resolution has made a suite of wellbeing resources available free of charge.

From how to create a mentally healthy workspace to understanding how to manage vicarious trauma, each resource has been specially selected to help tackle the growing concerns over practitioners’ wellbeing.

Wellbeing resource available - free of charge

Be at your best

Elizabeth Rimmer - Chief Executive, LawCare - shares practical tips on how to manage the day to day pressures of working in family law; how to support a colleague you may be concerned about, and simple steps your firm can take to create a mentally healthy workplace.

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Wellbeing for family lawyers – making the case

Matthew Richardson, Coram Chambers and Resolution's National YRes Committee - presents on wellbeing for family lawyers. This talk covers making the (business) case for wellbeing, tips for promoting your wellbeing and signposting to resources and support.

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Focusing the legal mind

Mark Randall uses his 40 years of experience using mindfulness based techniques to reset, refresh and re-calibrate himself whilst working in highly stressful, unpredictable and complex trading environments.

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Lawyers and Vicarious Trauma

“We now expect lawyers doing their job properly, will get some form of vicarious trauma”. Watch Robyn Bradey (expert social worker based in Sydney, Australia) explain what vicarious trauma is along with its triggers, symptoms and management.

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Free place at wellbeing webinar when you complete our Wellbeing Survey

Resolution has partnered with LawCare, the legal mental health charity, to offer a free online webinar, sharing the charity’s expertise and helping family practitioners find ways to improve their wellbeing. This webinar is being offered free of charge to all family law professionals who complete our wellbeing survey. The survey is completely anonymous and will create a snapshot of wellbeing across the entire family justice profession. The results will help shape how Resolution can best support family law professionals.

Contribute to the Wellbeing Survey