We have created a series of short videos to support lawyers with their emotional and mental wellbeing and to help law firms create cultures in which stress is eliminated at source and performance is improved.

Our videos comprise a combination of interviews and discussions on a range of topics designed to provide lawyers with a fresh perspective on wellbeing.

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Poppy Jaman, CEO of Mental Health First Aid England, talks about the courses that they run and the importance of both mental health literacy and open conversations.

Being Lawyers duo Chetna Bhatt and Lauren Giblin mark World Mental Health Day 2016 with a look at what stands in the way of good mental health and how we can all uncover our innate mental wellbeing in any moment.

Litigation lawyer, psychodynamic counsellor and LawCare volunteer Angus Lyon talks about the importance of mental wellbeing for lawyers. Angus recommends a "Five Finger Exercise" for lawyers which you can access here.

Lauren talks about falling ill with depression as a lawyer. She talks candidly about dealing with her brain "shutting down" overnight, as well as self-harming and suicidal tendencies and her way out of the depression. 

Nigel Jones, Chairman of the City Mental Health Alliance (CMHA) and partner at City law firm Linklaters LLP, talks about why the CMHA was formed and its key objectives, what wellbeing strategies members of the CMHA are successfully implementing and why he thinks other firms should join.

Elizabeth Rimmer, Chief Executive of Lawcare, on Lawcare's free and confidential support services and the importance of mental health and wellbeing in the legal community.

Nigel Jones, Chairman of the City Mental Health Alliance ("CMHA") and partner and Health and Wellbeing Champion at Linklaters LLP, talks about the business case for wellbeing and the importance of investing in wellbeing.

Chetna shares her story about dealing with ME as a lawyer, in particular the challenge of having invisible symptoms and creating new ways of working to transform who she was and her experience of being a lawyer.