Friday 2nd September 2022
Full Day EVENT | 9:30 AM-4:30 PM
Judicial work is meaningful and rewarding. It is also complex, demanding, and at times emotionally draining. The first 2 years following appointment are a time when intensities of judicial life are often felt particularly keenly.
Balancing the Demands of Judicial Life is the College’s foundational judicial wellbeing program.
Designed for recent appointees, this interactive program equips judicial officers with the knowledge and skills needed to manage the personal challenges of transitioning to the judicial role, and to approach your judicial career with optimism and confidence.
You will learn about known pressure-points in judicial work as well as the opportunities for growth and fulfilment. You will take away a personal wellbeing plan for your judicial career.
The program is delivered by the College’s psychologically trained Judicial Wellbeing Advisors, and Chief Justice Anne Ferguson opens the program.
Participants will subsequently be invited to two 90-minute follow-up sessions over the following six months.
As this is a full-day program, you may need approval from your Head of Jurisdiction or Court Listings to attend.