This toolkit is an amazing way to get ideas for firms and individuals to pay attention to their well-being.
Anne Brafford, JD, MAPP, Co-Founder of Aspire and the editor-in-chief of The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations for Positive Change has created the Well-Being Toolkit for the Legal Profession filled with guidance and resources for improving the “mind, body and heart” of lawyers and law students. The Texas Bar Blog from the State Bar of Texas recently posted about the Toolkit in the article, Well-being tool kit provides 10 tips on fostering a healthy workplace.
Another new and noteworthy resource is the recent ABA Journal Asked & Answered podcast episode, In a pickle? Here’s how a lawyers assistance program can help. In it, Bree Buchanan, Director of the Texas Lawyers Assistance Program and Chair of the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs, talks about about how lawyers assistance programs work.
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