Supporting Colleagues

How to start a conversation about men’s mental health

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For men, speaking openly about mental health can be challenging due to stigma and the pressure to be “traditionally masculine”. Discussing emotions doesn’t always come naturally. With that in mind,…


Top tips for managing stress and burnout

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Maintain balance between your work and home lives.   Take your annual leave – it’s important to give yourself time to recuperate and rest, space out your annual leave rather…


Top tips for managing anxiety

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Keep your mind focused on the present moment, and what you can currently control.   Distract yourself from worries by doing something else. Absorb yourself in a hobby, get some…


An overview of our apps and online programmes

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Smartphone apps and computer-based programmes are increasingly recommended and used to support various aspects of mental wellbeing. We offer access to a few such programmes through the National Wellbeing Hub….



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Exercise is a great way to reduce or wash away the stress of the day, it’s also one way to reduce the risk of a number of physical health concerns….


Managing exhaustion two years in

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We’ve all been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in one way or another for two years now. While that is not a milestone any of us want to celebrate, it…

Caring for You

Student Wellbeing – looking after yourself

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Being a student is an exciting time – you might be in a new city, meeting new people, having new experiences, and learning about things that you’re really interested in….


Student Wellbeing – sleeping better

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Regardless of which end of the candle you’re burning; student living isn’t always the most conducive to getting good quality sleep. You might have classes timetabled at different times on…


Student Wellbeing – Managing Finances

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Managing money is tricky when you’re a student. You may be eligible for a student loan or bursary which will cover rent or basic living expenses. It can be difficult…

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