Wellbeing Week


Marion VP Liberation and Equality

We are holding our Wellbeing Week from 31 January - 4 February, at a time when student mental health and wellbeing are more important than ever with the added pressures of adjusting to university during a pandemic. There are so many issues which affect student wellbeing, and we’re going to be working with different societies throughout the week to bring you a mixture of chilled events and talks/workshops.

With this week and with the help of our societies, we aim to help raise awareness of the issues affecting students, as well as highlighting the services available to students who need support.

Events


Monday 11:00 in the Forum
#Erasethegrey
Alcohol and Consent Myth Busting Forum Stall

Tuesday 12:30 at the back of DH1
Coffee and Chat
with LGBTQ+ society, Queer & BAME society & more

Tuesday 18:00 in the M&D Room
Night in with Nightline
Come along for a chilled evening of hot chocolate and a movie screening of 'Portrait of a Lady on Fire' in the M&D Room with Campus Cinema. It's all FREE!

Wednesday 11:00 in the DH2 Conference Room
Mind your Head Workshop
Come along to this free talk in collaboration with Mind Your Head Society, where we will discuss 'Protecting your mental health in the winter months'

Thursday 19:00 in Activity Room 3, Cornwall House
Self Love Yoga
Self Love Yoga' with Eating Difficulties Soc and Yoga Soc 19:00-20:00 in Cornwall House, Activity Room 3. Get your free ticket now!

Friday 17:00 on Zoom
Navigating Comparison and Imposter Syndrome
Toluwa Oyeleye is a MindGym certified coach, TEDx speaker and gained her advanced coaching accreditation as a Wellbeing & Leadership coach from Cambridge University.

Listen


Happier with Gretchen Rubin
The #1 bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Better Than Before brings her practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits to this lively, thought-provoking podcast.

Movember, Masculinity and Men's Mental Health
Exeter Uni chat to current students and alumni about their own experiences of Movember and why the discourse around men's mental health needs to change.

Wellbeing and Self-care with Jayne Hardy
Imperfect scribbly drawings about imperfect mental health

Read

PGR Resources

Social


Eco-Grief
Instagram by Be The Change Society

Sophie Brain Scribbles
Imperfect scribbly drawings about imperfect mental health

Mindful Classics
Using mindfulness for a healthier headspace

Accessibility Tools

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