Creating a mental health and wellbeing culture in the workplace

In support of R U OK? Day
On-demand webcast · 1.5 CPD units


R U OK? Day is a national day reminding people of the importance of showing support to someone who may be struggling with life’s ups and downs. 

This year, in support of R U OK? Day on 8 September 2022, the Law Society will host a complimentary online panel event focusing on what organisations can do to promote, protect and support staff’s mental health and wellbeing. As part of this conversation, our panel led by Lucinda Brogden AM, will discuss what it takes to embed a mental health and wellbeing framework inclusive of all staff. 


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Lucinda Brogden AM | Read Bio
Former Chair & Commissioner,
National Mental Health Commission

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Jahan Kalantar | Read Bio
Managing Partner,
Executive Law Group

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Danny King | Read Bio
Principal and Founding Partner,
Danny King Legal

Sharon Ponniah

Sharon Ponniah PhD | Read Bio
Partner, Health and Wellbeing,

Joanne van der Plaat | Read Bio
The Law Society of New South Wales


Webcast details

Format: Webcast
CPD: 1.5 units, self-allocated
Cost: Members – Complimentary
Non-Members – Complimentary
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R U OK? Day, September 8 2022

Make time to ask are you ok?

It’s our national day of action when we remind Australians that every day is the day to  ask, ‘are you OK?’ and start a meaningful conversation whenever they spot the signs that someone they care about might be struggling with life.

To learn more about R U OK? and how you can get involved click here

Thanks for supporting R U OK? and the people in your world.

If you or someone you know needs support, help is available.

The Solicitor Outreach Service (SOS) is an independent and confidential counselling service for NSW solicitors. Call 1800 592 296 to access this service.

If you're not a NSW solicitor and you need support, Lifeline provides all Australians access to 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. Call 13 11 14 to access this service.

For information about other nationally available mental health support services, click here.