This one-hour workshop will equip new or returning students (undergraduate, postgraduate or doctoral candidate) with information and useful tools to help them look after their wellbeing whilst at university– a crucial part of thriving academically and enjoying life on campus.
- Better understanding of mental health and wellbeing
- Awareness of how to recognise mental health difficulties in yourself and others
- Practical tools and understanding of how to look after your own mental health and wellbeing
- Information on where to access support if you need it
- Increased confidence in having conversations about mental health
- What is mental health and how is it linked to wellbeing?
- How to spot signs of poor wellbeing and mental health difficulties
- How to be resilient in times of stress and difficulty
- Where to find support and how to access it
Who is it for?
The workshop is suitable for any prospective or current student in higher education who would like a better understanding of how to look after their own mental health at university.
Where do the workshops take place?
We will visit your organisations premises or deliver it virtually using your preferred online platform.
Up to 20
“[The workshops] gave me the opportunity to sit still, reflect on my own mental health and find new ways to deal with the stress and anxiety of university work and life in general.” LSE Student, 2020