Programs and Classes

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Consider including routine well-being educational opportunities in your own professional development plans or for your court. Please check back often for resources to support your well-being. 

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Resilience During Uncertain Times Webinar

Want to develop and maintain your personal and professional well-being during these challenging times? Watch the Resilience in Uncertain Times Webinar HERE, led by Amy Kingery of the Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program. Webinar password: Colap2020

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Judicial Conference Well-Being Track

This track at the annual Judicial Conference will provide you with a variety of opportunities to learn about and find ways to integrate the various dimensions of well-being in your life on and off the bench.  For more information, or if you have faculty or topic ideas, contact Jennifer Mendoza: jennifer.mendoza@judicial.state.co.us 

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Local Presentations

A variety of high-quality presentations and faculty are available to provide local training for your court. Click here to see some of these options. Contact Judicial Education for ideas on presentations you can host locally. For more information, contact Jennifer Mendoza: jennifer.mendoza@judicial.state.co.us  

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Implicit Bias at the Courthouse

Federal Judge Mark Bennett talks about implicit bias in the courtroom: the latest research, resources, and starting the conversation on how we can make ourselves aware of our own biases. View the training here.

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Mindfulness for Judges

This four-day program provided through the National Judicial College is an opportunity to pause from the many complexities of being a judge and find some space to breath and reflect. Mindfulness is the practice of cultivating non-judgmental awareness in the present moment. It is the practice of learning to pay attention to our thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations and acknowledging whatever is present and using that information to respond to the unfolding of our work and lives.  For more information, CLICK HERE

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New Judge Orientation

All new judicial officers are provided with the opportunity to gain skills, tips and strategies to be proactive about developing, maintaining and enhancing the various dimensions of well-being throughout the span of a career on the bench.   

 

 

For assistance with finding scholarship support and additional education resources, contact Jennifer Mendoza: jennifer.mendoza@judicial.state.co.us