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Wellbeing Seminar Series 

"Why zebras don’t get ulcers: using your mind to manage your brain"

Presented by Robyn Bradey

Why Zebras don't get ulcers explores stress from a neuroscience perspective. Learn how to identify the early warning signs and manage stress through practical strategies founded from the latest research in neuroscience.

Using your mind to manage your brain will equip you with formal and informal strategies that minimise avoidance and improve your awareness of emotive behaviours in the workplace. Learn valuable practices that enable you to respond authentically and usefully when confronted with situations which are challenging or confronting.

Registration

REGIONAL
Date:
20 April
Time:
8.30am – 2.30pm
Venue:
Dubbo Quality Inn
CPD:
5 CPD units (including 1 CPD unit of Rule 6.3 professional skills)
Cost: Members and Non-Members $65

SYDNEY
Date:
 3 May
Time: 9am – 12.30pm
Venue: Law Society of NSW, 170 Phillip Street, Sydney
CPD: 3 units
Cost: Member $65 | Non-Member $84.50


Vicarious trauma for lawyers

Presented by Robyn Bradey

Working with people who have experienced profound trauma and injustice is complex. This seminar looks at explaining vicarious trauma and how to manage it in a legal setting. Become aware of the early warning signs and gain an understanding of organisational, team and personal strategies to deal with it.

Registration

Date: 10 May
Time: 9am – 12.30pm
Venue: Law Society of NSW, 170 Phillip Street, Sydney
CPD: 3 units
Cost: Member $65 | Non-Member $84.50

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