We are an independent charity offering emotional support, information and training to the legal community. We work to promote good mental health and wellbeing in legal workplaces. Our vision is a legal community that values good mental health and wellbeing, where people thrive.
We support all branches of the legal profession, including support staff and their families. Our support spans the legal life from student to training to practice and retirement. Visit our 'Your Stories' section to read real stories and case studies from legal professionals.
Feeling the pressure of work or study, experiencing relationship or financial problems, coping with illness bereavement, anxiety or depression?
We’re here to help through our confidential helpline, email, webchat, one-to-one peer support network and other resources.
Visit our wellbeing hub for tips and resources on physical and mental wellbeing.
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You are not alone if you are feeling the pressures of work or study or coping with relationship or financial problems, illness, bereavement, dependency or anxiety. Many lawyers face challenges such as these. Read true stories of how people in the legal community have coped with difficult times.
You may also like to read our blogs section where we have lots more stories on anorexia, working in a toxic environment, sleep and more.
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