In case you missed it, a recent issue of Court Review, the Journal of the American Judges Association, features a series of articles on judicial well-being—on stress, mindfulness, finding meaning and secondary trauma. In it you’ll find:
- Judges’ Well-Being and the Importance of Meaningful Work, by Anne Brafford & Robert W. Rebele
- One Judge’s Journey to Why—A Search for Meaning and Purpose, by David Prince
- Mindfulness Training for Judges: Mind Wandering and the Development of Cognitive Resilience, by Scott L. Rogers, Chris McAliley & Amishi Jha
- Reducing Judicial Stress through Reflective Practice, by Jennie Cole-Mossman, Elizabeth Crnkovich, Lawrence Gendler & Linda Gilkerson
- The Power of Compassion in the Court: Healing on Both Sides of the Bench, by Jamey Hueston & Miriam Hutchins
Access the entire issue, Volume 54, Issue 2, here.