Judges and Mental HealthResource Link
Judges Afraid of Seeking Help for Mental Health Issues, New York Law Journal, April 14, 2017
Report from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-BeingResource PDF
The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change provides fully researched aspects of the legal profession ranging across all employment fields as well as 44 specific recommendations to foster a healthier legal culture that sustains well-being and professional satisfaction.
Well-Being Tool Kit for Legal EmployersResource PDF
As a practical follow-up to The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommondations for Postive Change from the National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being, Anne Bradford created this how-to-guide for implementation. Anne Bradford is the founder of Aspire, an educational and consultancy firm for the legal profession. She is a former Big Law equity partner who now focuses on changing legal culture to boost engagement, avoid burn-out and foster meaningful work. She is also the Edior-in-Chief and Co-Author of the Task Force Report. She holds a JD, a Masters in Applied Positve Psychology (MAPP) and a PhD in Psychology.
Alcohol Rehab HelpResource Link
Alcohol Rehab Help is an informational web guide founded in 2020 created to help those struggling with alcohol use disorders, substance abuse disorders, and/or co-occuring mental health disorders. ARH aids individuals in understanding thier issues with addiction and in finding the best treatment option. All content is written by a team of journalists, researchers, doctors and medical professionals. Every article is fact-checked by an addition counseling expert before publication. Funding sources to not affect the quality or content of this publication.