Judicial Wellbeing

Judicial Wellbeing
Judicial Wellbeing

 

Stress is a human problem. It affects millions of Australians each year, and judicial officers are no different. Judicial work is demanding and intense, and carries the potential for both great satisfaction and high stress. Acknowledging the reality of stress and building the capacity to manage it effectively are important aspects of judging well. 

Created by the Judicial College of Victoria and the County Court of Victoria, Judicial Wellbeing distils and curates leading national and international wellbeing resources to assist judicial officers to respond optimally to stress in themselves and others.

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Help for Victorian Judicial Officers

Judicial Officers Assistance Program

A free, confidential counselling service exclusively for Victorian judicial officers. Help is available 24/7.                           Call 1300 326 941.

 

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The Judicial Officers Information Network (JOIN) is an online resource for judicial officers and their support staff. JOIN ensures judicial officers have access to legislation, judgments, publications including benchbooks and manuals, sentencing statistics and legal reference material.

JOIN is for work use only. All users must agree to the terms and conditions before using it. The Judicial College supplies and manages the username and password.