University Mental Health Week is taking place between Monday 20 March and Friday 24 March 2017. Join us and get active for Mental Health.
While mental health is often associated with illness, this week aims to promote the understanding that everyone has mental health, and share some of the positive things we can do to look after our mental wellbeing and essentially keep our lives healthy.
The theme of this year is ‘get active for your mental health’.
Some of the events taking place throughout the week:
Mental health stalls in the Hub meeting rooms
Visit our information stalls in the Hub meeting rooms in the Portland Building from 1:30-5:00pm on 20th March. Get involved with our interactive activities. There will also be the opportunity to speak to University Counselling Services, student mental health organizations/societies, or just pick up some information about improving your mental health
Lecture Student Mental Health presented by Patti Wallace on March 22nd 2:00 – 3:30 pm in TB329
Mind Apple held by HealthyU
21-Days Plan held by NPCC
Lecture Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to overcome Procrastination held by Peekaboo on March 29th 2:00-4:00pm in SEB432.