Instituto de Salud Mental de la Abogacía

Trabajar por el bienestar del mundo jurídico

Mental Health Institute of Legal Professions

Working for lawyers well-being

Instituto de Salud Mental de la Abogacía

Trabajar por el bienestar del mundo jurídico

Mental Health Institute of Legal Professions

Working for lawyers well-being

Interview to Mª Eugenia Gay Rosell

President of the Barcelona Bar AssociationVice President of the General Council of Spanish Bar Associations  A female benchmark in Barcelona's legal professionI had the pleasure of interviewing Maria Eugenia Gay Rosell, President of the Barcelona Bar...

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I wish you a speedy recovery

Dear Paul Rawlinson, Global Chair of Baker McKenzie:After knowing your temporary medical leave, I would like to tell you several things:First of all, I wish you a speedy recovery. Your health must be your priority as of now. It is essential that you take a...

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The importance of lawyers well-being

Mckenzie CrossStaffNote: The author makes reference to the American legal marketOver the past few months, professionals have become more aware of the mental health issues within the legal profession. A rise in depression, anxiety, and stress is leading to...

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Elizabeth Rimmer & LawCare

Mckenzie CrossStaffElizabeth Rimmer is the Chief Executive Officer for the company LawCare. She joined the organization in 2014 and has worked hard with them ever since. She graduated in 1997 from Kings College in London majoring in medical law and ethics....

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David Jaffe: a role model for us

From left to right: Mckenzie Cross (staff), Manel Atserias Luque (president), Ferran Garcia de Palau Garcia-Faria (Well-Being Committee), David Jaffe (Associate Dean of Student Affairs of the American University Washington College of Law), Gabriela Boldó...

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Brian Cuban and the Road to Recovery

Mckenzie Cross Staff Brian Cuban, an attorney in Dallas Texas, graduated from The University of Pittsburgh School of Law already deep into addiction. As a freshman at eighteen, he became anorexic. By the age of nineteen, he was bulimic and would stay...

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B-wom, collaborator of ISMA

The Council of Government is pleased to present B-wom as the new official collaborator of the Mental Health Institute of Legal Professions. Considering the characteristics of this app and the obtained recognition, we think that it is a tool that can...

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Segundo acto oficial del ISMA

El próximo día 3 de octubre de 2018, el presidente y el vicepresidente primero del Instituto de Salud Mental de la Abogacía participarán en el Taller sobre Procesos y Tecnología en los Despachos Profesionales, organizado por el Centro de Innovación de Despachos...

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Una Abogacía Rabiosa

Por Eugenia Sobrino Alcaraz Abogada - Economista - Terapeuta Estimado lector y compañero, hace algún tiempo presentamos la técnica de Rebirthing, una técnica basada en la respiración consciente y conectada, e introdujimos algún ejercicio a partir del cual se puede...

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Are clients becoming crazier?

By Dr Bob Murray Member of the Advisory Board Recently I was talking with a friend of mine who is a practice leader in a major firm and he was telling me a horror story about one of his major clients. Apparently, the client had suddenly decided that his firm would no...

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PwC, the first firm that opens the doors to ISMA

On June 20th, 2018, Manel Atserias Luque (President) and Tomas Gabriel García Micó (first Vice President) of the Mental Health Institute of Legal Professions met with Carlos Bel, head of Human Capital of PwC (PriceWaterhouseCoopers) in Catalonia. During the meeting,...

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The truth about depression (3rd part)

By Bob Murray New method helps identify causal mechanisms in depression A new study in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging looks at the driving influence of brain regions in depression. What the researchers say The researchers note that...

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