Queensland Law Society


Information and tools to assist managers and organisations to develop a mentally healthy workplace and build organisational and personal resilience and promote help seeking.

TJMF Psychological Wellbeing

Best Practice Guidelines for the Legal Profession
The Guidelines aim is to assist legal organisations to create workplaces that fulfil each of the psychosocial factors.

We welcome your feedback. If you have any comments on the resources listed in this section please email info@qls.com.au

Benestar for organisations

LawCare’s external provider, Benestar, also partner with organisations* to provide three key services around knowledge and thought leadership to optimise employee health and wellbeing:

  • Organisational Performance
  • Incident Management
  • Workforce Wellness.

* These services are available to organisations, but are not part of the LawCare program

Organisational Performance

Increase performance across the workplace through programs and case management delivered to teams or individuals that enhance confidence and capability. Programs offered are around conflict, change, resilience, leadership, diversity, mental wellbeing, family violence, parenting, respect, communication and alcohol and other drugs.

Incident Management

Incidents can have a significant impact on employee’s health, wellbeing and safety, therefore immediate and superior care during these times is essential. Benestar’s incident management services provide support, minimising individual impact and reducing down-time after a specific event. Incidents may include critical incidents, natural disasters, community events, organisational change, grief support and aggression programs.

Workforce Wellness

Improve and maintain workforce-wide wellbeing through interactive and engaging sessions whether that be in the form of health programs, lunch and learn seminars and onsite coaching clinics. Team support can include well-checks, team health, peer support, deployment and supervision.