The Staying well guide from Wellbeing at the Bar is designed to support barristers and clerks when they are experiencing stress and pressure in their jobs.
It features an introductory video looking at the symptoms of stress, then explores five ways in which it can be reduced, based on the Five Ways to Wellbeing5 steps to mental wellbeingWebsite
00Evidence suggests there are 5 steps we can all take to improve our mental wellbeing. If you give them a try, you may feel happier and more positive.Free
By: NHSView resource by The New Economics Foundation. Each step is explored the in the context of the legal profession, covering the unique challenges those working in it might be facing.
Each step contains facts and tips, and options for further support are also signposted.
This one-off training session in January 2020 will cover mental health awareness and the hallmarks of good wellbeing in the workplace, giving practical advice and tools which can be implemented in your work environment.
Every conversation a manager has with a colleague who may be experiencing mental ill health will be different. This PDF guide from Acas has tips for managers to think about when approaching such a conversation.
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