Jonathan's Voice launch a new online guide about looking after your mental wellbeing at work

This is an online guide for paralegals, business support staff in the Intellectual Property profession and those who manage them.

Screenshot of Jonathan's Voice online guide about looking after your mental wellbeing at work

The guide includes practical tips and strategies about:

  • What motivates us and why it matters
  • Setting healthy workplace boundaries
  • How to say ‘no’ well
  • Managing difficult conversations
  • Communication skills for managers
  • Workplace wellbeing tips

More about the new guide

The new online guide is a supplement to their other guides which were targeted at Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys and senior leaders in the IP professions.

Rather than providing generic information on protecting your mental health, they focus on areas specifically relevant to both business support staff (paralegals, formalities, administrative staff, those working in finance, IT, HR and all other roles which support the running of an IP firm) and those who manage them.

Jonathan's Voice logo

We're here to listen...without judgement

Contact our free, confidential, emotional support service for the legal community
0800 279 6888
Email our support team support@lawcare.org.uk

Your Stories 

Real stories of people in the legal community who have experienced stress, depression, anxiety and more.

  • Rm Photo

    How I coped with anxiety

    "I felt really unwell – heart rate rising, breathing out of control, nausea, and an overwhelming desire to get out of the car."

    Read more
  • Catherine Hart

    Recovering from post-natal depression

    " I suffered post-natal depression after both births, and this was particularly severe after my son’s birth, which led to an admission to hospital."

    Read more
  • Close up of alcohol bottles in a bar - photo by CHUTTERSNAP on Unsplash

    How I coped with alcohol dependence

    "In my late 20s I crashed a car and was banned from driving. My occasional forgetfulness had become regular blackouts during which I lost many hours at a time. At times I suspected what everyone else now realised: I was an alcoholic."

    Read more
  • Pexels Darius Krause 2253938

    How I coped with stress

    "I collapsed in the office mid-deal, suffering from exhaustion."

    Read more

Sign up to receive our newsletter.