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Nightline Mental Health Ally Scheme 2022

Nightline Mental Health Ally Scheme 2022

A series of events from top experts on mental health, resilience, imposter syndrome, and much more!

Exeter Student Nightline's Mental Health Ally Scheme 2022 will be taking place 7-12th March (this week!). We will be joined by top experts in a wide variety of areas of mental health, wellbeing and personal development.  

Learning how to face challenges and tackle stigmas surrounding mental health will not only allow you to help yourself but also those around you. There are a mix of in-person and online events planned.  

Please visit the event page to see our full schedule of events. You'll notice that the locations and zoom links are missing - to gain access to this information, we ask that attendees register for free via the event page. Those who sign up will be sent an in-depth event manual with all the information they need, along with support resources and helpline information too.  

Note: there is no need to sign up to individual events. By registering via this link, you will gain access to all events. You can come to as many or as little as you like! 

Everyone is welcome and all events are completely free as we have been kindly sponsored by Accenture, and Exeter Alumni Fund. 

Here is the list of events taking place this week: 

7 March - LGBTQ+ and Mental Health, Intercom Trust, 18:45- 20:15 (in-person) 

8 March- Pathways Through Wellbeing at Exeter Uni, Exeter Wellbeing: 14:30-15:30 (in-person) 

9 March - Dealing with Bereavement and Grief, Balloons Charity, 10:45-12:15 (online) 

9 March - Anxiety and Depression, Ed Watkins, 14:45-15:45 (in-person) 

9 March - Are we really all a little bit OCD?, OCD Action, 18:00-19:00 (online) 

10 March - How to overcome the Imposter Phenomenon, Kate Atkin, 13:30-14:30 (online) 

10 March - Men's Mental Health Panel, 19:00-20:30 (in-person) 

11 March - Developing Resilience Workshops, Devon Mind, 11:30 & 13:30 (in-person) 

11 March- Disability and Mental Health, Eliza and Jenni, 16:00-17:00 (online) 

11 March - BAME Mental Health, Alfred Oyekoya, 17:00-18:00 (online) 

12 March - Supporting Loved Ones with their Mental Health, Dr. Joanna North, 11:00-12:30 (in-person) 


We hope to see you at an event this week! 





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