Well-being involves a process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life. It is more than being free from illness; it is a dynamic process of change and growth.
Advocates Connection Mental Health Support Group:
LCL-CT sponsors a peer driven support group for lawyers that meets biweekly under the guidance of a professional group facilitator. No psychotherapy is provided at these peer support group meetings. Individuals in the group share their life experiences and challenges with well–being and mental health as active members of the legal community.
To learn more about the Advocates Connection Support Group, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at 860-563-4900.
Focus and calm may be achieved by small and incremental steps practiced daily. The links below are by no means inclusive and provided for information only.
- From the Connecticut Bar Association: How to Reduce Your Stress and Enhance Your Well-Being
- Connecticut Bar Association: Well-Being Toolkit Nutshell— 80 Tips for Lawyer Thriving
- Connecticut Bar Association Podcast: Staying Well and Balanced by: Kathy Flaherty, Esq.
- Tips for Lawyers and Law Students to Avoid Burnout by Rachel Casper, Massachusetts LOMAP
- Why Can’t Lawyers Relax?
- Mindfulness In Law Society
- Seven Meditation Techniques for Family Lawyers- Increase Productivity and Reduce Stress
- Colorado Lawyers Assistance Program Tips to Quickly De-stress
- ABA: How Lawyers Can Avoid Burnout and Debilitating Anxiety
- Mindfulness for Lawyers – A Short Handbook by Jon Krop, J.D.
- Mindfulness for Lawyers: Free Resources for Mindfulness and Well-Being
- The Anxious Lawyer