World Mental Health Day
Mental health problems can affect anyone, any day of the year, but 10 October 2019 is a great day to show your support for better mental health and start looking after your own wellbeing.
Feeding your resilience
For World Mental Health Day 2018, we caught up with Ian Hope and Pippa Richards, who run Resilient U - an initiative here at UWE Bristol that's all about teaching you how to empower yourself to be successful - because being resilient will help not only while you're studying, but in your future.
‘Support needs to happen all year round’
Jo Midgley, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Experience) at UWE Bristol, has written a blog for Bristol 24/7 about the importance of mental health at the University. She highlights the importance of an annual event to get people talking, but that mental health support, activities and conversation need to happen all year round.
Across the week of World Mental Health Day, The Students’ Union at UWE are hosting sessions and speaking to students across the campuses, discussing the importance of self-care and how to manage your mental wellbeing and recognise mental health symptoms.
Need somebody to talk to?
Between our professional services, external partnerships and the NHS, there is somebody who can help – in the way you'd like.