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Developed specifically for judicial leaders and emerging leaders, this program is designed to provide you with the information and skills to identify when a colleague may be in difficulty or distress and to provide appropriate and sensitive support.  

Drawing upon principles of mental health first aid and courageous conversations, you will be introduced to a simple and effective framework for Judicial Peer Support.

Through a series of presentations, facilitated discussions, demonstrations and scenario-based practice, you will:

  • Learn how to recognise the signs of distress in a peer
  • Develop and practice skills necessary to respond to a peer in distress
  • Learn to adapt the Judicial Peer Support framework to a crisis situation
  • Understand how and when to refer to specialised services for additional support
  • Discuss how judicial leaders can cultivate a healthy judicial culture, including in circumstances where a wellbeing concern overlaps with a performance or conduct concern
  • Build skills to train others to use the Judicial Peer Support framework
Facilitators
Simon Brown-Greaves

Simon Brown-Greaves

Director, CEO - FBG Group
Sally Ryan

Sally Ryan

Psychologist and Judicial Wellbeing Adviser, Judicial College of Victoria
Facilitators
Simon Brown-Greaves

Simon Brown-Greaves

Director, CEO - FBG Group
Sally Ryan

Sally Ryan

Psychologist and Judicial Wellbeing Adviser, Judicial College of Victoria