Psychology Graduate Jo Adams Talks to us about how positivity can change your life: “Positive mind; positive vibes; positive life!” I found this quote during my first year of University and it has stuck with […]
George Sherrard – A Student Wellbeing Champion at the University of Worcester – talks to us about self-care and the importance of taking a break. From a mental health point of view, self-care is about […]
For those who are reading this.. You are not alone! It is fair to say that almost every student will experience some sort of loneliness whilst they are studying at University. This might be due to […]
Psychology BSc Graduate Izzi Clark discusses her voluntary work for SLV.Global in Bali I have always had a passion for Psychology, ever since I was a child. Through studying my BSc in Psychology my interest […]
Feeling homesick is a normal part of student life – it’s one of the main concerns students worry about before they start uni. Homesickness can be a common problem that students experience at uni when they’re moving away from home for the first time. But don’t worry, there’s plenty of advice and support on offer! Here are 5 ways to deal with homesickness while you’re at university.
Today marks University Mental Health Day, a chance to raise awareness of mental health in our campus community. Student life can be stressful, with deadlines, exams and adjusting to a new lifestyle at uni. To see what support services are available here at Worcester Uni, here’s my guide to mental health support on campus.
Today is Time to Talk Day – part of the Time to Change movement. It’s a day designed to change the way people think and act about mental health, simply by getting people talking. I recently signed up as a Time to Change Champion via the Time to Change website. By doing so, I have promised to use my own experience to engage people in conversations about mental health at any appropriate opportunity. So here I am…
Today marks ‘Blue Monday’ which is said to be that day in the year when we all feel a little lower than usual. As students, we have just made it through exam week and are starting a new semester. Feeling motivated for an exciting, fresh start, right? Well, this is not always the case. Here are my top tips on staying positive this Blue Monday (and any other time you’re feeling down).