Wellness and Sunshine

HB Well

HB Well is an inclusive, whole-person approach to well-being for each member of the global Haynes Boone team. We are dedicated to leading with empathy, encouraging self-care, and meeting the unique well-being needs of our people through compassionate support, accessible resources, and evidence-based education. 

Together we are stronger, more resilient, and empowered to thrive personally and professionally.

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HB Well

Building on already robust wellness initiatives, Haynes Boone, LLP is expanding its well-being efforts to better empower its people to engage in their health.

Since the firm’s beginning, caring for and supporting each other has been a foundational aspect of Haynes Boone’s culture, instilled by founders Dick Haynes and Mike Boone. But never before has the firm provided as many well-being tools as it is in 2023, spearheaded by Abby Read, the firm’s first-ever Wellness Manager.

Read the release.

HB Well Champions

 

 

At Haynes Boone, our HB Well Champions are lawyers and business professionals who lead with empathy and want to take an active role in supporting the well-being of their peers. Our Champions strengthen our teamwork culture through peer-to-peer engagement and connection. Our hope is that, through our Champions, we can provide a safe and accessible avenue for our people to seek help and support when needed.

In 2019, Haynes Boone became signatories of the American Bar Association’s Well-Being Pledge, and committed to a framework for addressing substance abuse, mental health distress and legal professional well-being. Each consecutive year we have continued this commitment to well-being at our firm. 

Read the ABA Well-Being Pledge

Ann Al-Bahish Meditation

The thought of trying a high-profile case might cause heart-palpitations, shortness of breath, and other stress-related responses.

Attorney Ann Al-Bahish has found a way to minimize that pressure using proven meditation and calming techniques that she began adopting just after graduating cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1993.

Read the story.