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Students & Mental Health

Build the confidence to support student's mental health as they cope with studying away from home.

3.5 hours: remote or face to face


This interactive workshop covers the signs, symptoms and triggers of mental ill health, as well as how lecturers, college or university staff can support students whilst maintaining their own mental wellbeing.

Learning outcomes:

•To discuss our understanding of mental health
•An overview of some of the more common mental health problems particularly in relation to students
•What are the potential triggers or causes?
•Early warning signs
•Helping students with practical support
•How to help yourself and your own wellbeing
•To signpost to resources within your organisation and/or local services and national resources or help

      Who is it for?

      For colleges and university staff who want to support their students mental health and wellbeing.

      Course Feedback

      said they feel more confident having a conversation with a student about their mental health
      left with more knowledge on mental health problems and treatments related to students
      felt they have more awareness of potential triggers & early warning signs of mental ill health for students