The Wellness Doctrines for High School Students and The Wellness Doctrines for Law Students and Young Lawyers are practical self-help guides that addresses the subjects and issues pertaining to psychological distress, anxiety and depression in both the secondary educational sphere, and the legal educational and professional spheres. The books are not meant nor should they be used as substitutes for consultation with, diagnosis or treatment by a medical professional. They offer anecdotal experience and advice of those who have been through high school, law school, legal practice and/or work within the sphere of such institutions, as well strategies and solutions for readers that have been discussed with mental health experts.

The opinions expressed by the author, and those interviewed providing comments or opinions, are theirs alone. These views are not intended to be truthful factual representations and the author is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by those people who been interviewed and/or whose comments appear in this book. Except where specifically stated, the author does not endorse the statements and opinions of those quoted in these books. Where interviewees have requested that their identity remain anonymous a pseudonym has been used. Any resemblance to, or reflection of, actual people who bear those names is entirely coincidental and the opinions attributed to the anonymous interviewees should not be attributed to those actual people.

References to health resources are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute endorsement of such resources over other existing outlets unless otherwise specified. The information listed in both books was correct at the time of printing the respective texts. Readers should be aware that contact details for some resources might have changed following the publication of these books.