This year has been challenging for all of us! Whatever we have experienced it's important that we know how to take care of ourselves and others and where to go if we need support.
Mind have designed this online workshop with and for undergraduate students at The University of Sheffield to help equip you with the wellbeing essentials to get through this year and beyond.
Over 85% of students who took part last year said they had a better understanding of mental health problems and wellbeing as a result.
What the course provides:
A two hour online interactive workshop exploring mental health and wellbeing essentials
Access to helpful online resources with additional tools to carry on your learning and come back to for future use
A digital certificate that shows your newfound skills and knowledge of mental health essentials which can be used for you CV and future job search
The session will cover:
What mental health and wellbeing are
The five ways to wellbeing -- five evidenced-based actions designed to improve personal wellbeing
Connecting with other students
Ways to support others and finding support for yourself
Signs and symptoms of mental health problems
Wellness action plans - how and when to use them
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is for any undergraduate student who would like to learn more about mental health or looking after their wellbeing. You do not have to have personal experience of mental health challenges or have any prior knowledge of mental health.
This session isn't designed to provide advice on personal, specific mental health challenges but can signpost to additional support services. This session is not a replacement for counselling or one-to-one support - if you require this please visit https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/mental-wellbeing
Tags: Coaching, Culture, Mental health, Mentoring, Webinars, Wellbeing & fitness
26th Feb 2021
14:00 - 16:00
£ FreeRegister Here