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Thursday 11th September 2019 18:30-20:30
We were all born with bounce-back ability. And yet some days we can certainly feel less resilient than others. So, how can we have more resilience? LawCare has five complimentary tickets to this The Wisdom and Wellbeing Consultancy event, simply insert the code “LawCare” at the link below.
Central London - TBC
17 September 2019
This ground-breaking event is organised by the Wellbeing Work Alliance. It is chaired by barrister and coach James Pereira QC, and has a fantastic programme of speakers drawn from private practice, in-house, consultancy and the charitable sector, including LawCare CEO Elizabeth Rimmer. LawCare receives a donation for each delegate that attends. Use code 1979 to book at the link below.
18 september 2019
In a recent Law Society survey of Junior Lawyers, 55% of women and 42% of men told us they regularly felt unable to cope, with almost two-fifths experiencing a mental health problem. High workload and demanding clients were behind many of the problems, and the resulting stress led to problems with family life and relationships. In response to this, we are offering a one-day resilience and wellbeing workshop, created to help you be your best at work, and away from it. This face-to-face one day workshop puts the focus firmly on your personal coping mechanisms. We demonstrate how to self-assess, manage emotional responses and deal with everyday stressors, so you can better deal with the pressures of your job. We will tackle anxiety and its causes, encourage positive thinking and you will leave with valuable skills for life.
Bristol Law Society, 12 Colston Avenue, Bristol, BS1 4ST
19 September 2019 13:00 – 17:00
Are you a lawyer working with vulnerable or traumatised clients? Have you heard or read accounts from clients of distressing events in their lives? Did you know this can impact your mental health? Lawyers who regularly deal with traumatic accounts of client experiences are at risk of developing Vicarious Trauma, where you experience the same effects of trauma as your clients. Claiming Space, LawCare and Anna Robinson (solicitor and pyschotherapist) have developed a half day interactive workshop on Vicarious Trauma for lawyers. This course will give you an overview of what Vicarious Trauma is and practical steps for managing the impact it can have.
University of Law Bloomsbury Campus 14 Store Street Room SG01 London WC1E 7DE
9 October 2019
In our “mad world”, where the workplace is evolving faster than ever before, the need to address mental health and wellbeing is increasingly a top priority for business leaders. A proactive approach to caring for the body and the mind benefits everyone. It not only makes sense on a human level – poor mental health ultimately costs employers billions in productivity and related expenses. With today’s and tomorrow’s top talent demanding better support in the workplace and innovative strategies to address mental health and wellbeing, employers must be prepared to redefine workplace culture and adopt solutions.
133 Houndsditch, Liverpool Street, London EC3A 7AH
Thursday 10 October 2019 18:30-20:30
Over-thinking, busy-mindedness, stress, panic attacks and phobias. Things can start of small and then suddenly become overwhelming - why do so many of us, feel we are so anxious, so often. And can there be any hope for peace of mind? LawCare has five complimentary tickets to this The Wisdom and Wellbeing Consultancy event, simply insert the code “LawCare” at the link below.
Monday 25th November 2019
This Can Happen is one-day event tackling workplace mental health, offering solutions and strategies to address the core issues. The event will attract over 1,000 delegates from 150+ companies to share, learn and discuss the solutions for dealing with workplace mental health. This year’s conference will address issues such as The Future Workplace, Life Transitions & Work, Faith & Diversity, Grief, Post Natal Depression and Internal Communications. Plus we will be hosting a fascinating CEO Panel who will be sharing their insights into corporate mental health strategies. Book now to secure your place at this ground-breaking event www.tchevents.com
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE
Tueday, 26 November 2019
The Open University Law School and the Legal Education Research Network are holding their annual Futures of Legal Education and Practice conference on Tuesday 26 November from 10.00 – 16.30 at The Open University’s Milton Keynes campus. This conference will give participants the opportunity to explore the current and potential opportunities and challenges both facing legal education and legal practice
The Open University, Walton Hall, MK7 6AA
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