How to integrate well-being throughout your organization
Read this ABA article by Kendra Brodin, founder and CEO of Esquire Well, which discusses integrating well-being into your firm or workplace from an organizational standpoint.
On Balance: Looking on the Bright Side of Death
Read this article by Julie Bonasso, an experienced corporate lawyer and Master Certified Coach, discussing how “thinking about death can be frightening, but doing so can provide immeasurable benefits to health and well-being, for lawyers and people generally.”
Coping With Stress in the Legal Profession
In this podcast from the “Practice Management Resource Center,” listen to Anne Chambers, Executive Director of the Michigan Lawyer and Judges Assistance Program discuss altering your perspective on stress to create better coping strategies.
Lawyers Depression Project: Know that there is hope.
A group of legal professionals (attorneys, paralegals, law students, and admin) who have suffered from depression, anxiety, bipolar, OCD, eating disorders, trauma, sexual abuse, addiction and other mental health conditions, or who just don’t feel quite right.
Click the link below to Join for FREE today!
Please visit the links below for “Mindful Monday” and “Wakeful Wednesday” as published by the Mindfulness in Law Society.
Mindful Mondays: A half-hour “virtual sit” hosted by MILS at 3 p.m. Eastern, except on federal holidays. Anyone in the legal profession is welcome to attend, although it is a member benefit and non-members will be asked to join after continued participation at some point in the future. The sittings are good for beginners and experienced mindfulness practitioners. The format generally consists of about 20 minutes of guided meditation, with five minutes of gathering time at the beginning and 5 minutes for questions and comments.
A session will be cancelled if there are no participants at 3:05 pm Eastern.
Wakeful Wednesdays: A half-hour “virtual sit” hosted by MILS at 5 p.m. Eastern, except on federal holidays. Anyone is welcome to attend. The sittings are designed to introduce mindfulness and how it can support those in the legal industry. The format generally consists of about 20 minutes of guided meditation, with 5 minutes of gathering time at the beginning and 5 minutes for questions and comments. Note: MILS membership is free to law students.
A session will be cancelled if there are no participants at 5:05 pm Eastern.