Wellness for Law Forum
Wellness for Law UK was initiated by Rachel Spearing, Co-Founder of the Bar Wellbeing Project who is a Barrister in practice engaged with the academic study and support for Wellbeing in the legal profession. The organisation is overseen and managed by an Advisory Board of professionals connected to the Network objectives.
Through a Network of Professionals experienced in supporting high performing people, wellness for law exists to support the legal profession in maintaining a healthy and ethical professional working life. It operates as a ‘not for profit’ organization with an ethos of supporting lawyers with education, training and bespoke services to maintain and optimize their performance and wellbeing.
Those receiving the info enquiry are not subject to the BSB Handbook Reporting Requirements. All those managing the information referral have confidentiality and none disclosure clauses within their service support to the Profession.
2021 Mental Health Training
Mental Health Training Specifically designed for Chambers and the Bar Accredited for 2 hours of CPD
We are pleased to be able to offer this training via interactive online sessions delivered by an experienced trainer in psychological health.
The aim of the workshop is to provide participants with an understanding
of mental health, including common mental health conditions. It also
seeks to explore the specific challenges impacting practitioners at the
Bar, and those working within the profession. We ultimately aim to equip
those attending with the confidence and skill to engage with professional
colleagues to create healthy workplaces, respond to difficulties and
signpost to support in crisis.
The course fee is £85
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place.
February – 10th 12-2.30pm and 5-7.30pm (including breaks)
16th 12-2.30pm and 5-7.30pm (including breaks)
March – 8th 12-2.30pm and 5-7.30pm (including breaks)
15th 12-2.30pm and 5-7.30pm (including breaks)
April – 5th 12-2.30pm and 5-7.30pm (including breaks)
8th 12-2.30pm and 5-7.30pm (including breaks)