Caroline Marlow, psychologist, explains that if you work in child protection, criminal, family, human rights, or immigration law, you will probably be regularly exposed to the trauma of others.
We're concerned by provisions that would remove vital safeguards for vulnerable individuals who receive care and treatment under conditions of detention.
The Law Society has said that mental health patients must be given greater choice and control when the outdated Mental Health Act 1983 is revised.
We speak with Chris about mental health in the City.
The Law Society is concerned that the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill will remove vital existing safeguards for cared-for people.
Vulnerable adults would be put at risk if care homes were given increased responsibility for decisions about their liberty.
The Law Society has responded to the Tribunal Procedure Committee's proposal to abolish pre-hearing medical examinations (PHEs).
Liz Gilmour considers how the legal sector can no longer shrug off issues such as stress and mental health.
Trainee solicitor Natalie Matthews talks about her coping mechanisms following a family bereavement.
Ann Page examines the third core concept of mindfulness, detachment.
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