The Croft Magazine // The Wellbeing Network works to ensure that students’ wellbeing needs are met by the university, as well as to raise awareness of mental health through campaigns and events.
The Network's main aims are to:
Promote good wellbeing by organising events and campaigns to raise awareness of different mental health problems. These include speaker events, giveaways, social activities, challenges, social media promotions, pub quizzes, showcases, gigs, demonstrations… get in touch if you or your society would like to hold an event as we would be very happy to support you!
Improve the processes and services that affect student wellbeing and mental health. We encourage all students to share their experiences and suggestions.
Increase awareness of the different mental health services available within and outside the university. If you have used a service outside the university which you think other students might find helpful, we would love to hear from you.
What to look out for in the coming term:
Thursday 10 October is World Mental Health Day, this year focusing on the campaign #helloyellow for the charity Young Minds:
- Wear something yellow to show your support of our campaign
- Start conversations and tell people why you’re wearing yellow
- Share a photo of your outfit and tag us!
- Come and find us in the SU Living Room to get yourself some yellow cakes and other merchandise, and to donate
- International Stress Awareness Week
- Stress at work talk – Friska
- Alcohol Awareness Week
- Panel event
- Nightline Awareness Week
- Gratitude Happiness Hub – Friska
- Happy Holidays
- LGBT+ Wellbeing Workshop
- Nightline Active Listening Workshop
- Free weekly yoga sessions at the Botanic Garden
- Regular open forums to discuss current issues and take feedback to the University. The first will be run at the end of October
Ways to get in touch:
We look forward to meeting you soon!
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