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Leading mental health charity Mind has been funded by Goldman Sachs Gives to deliver a new pilot programme: Mentally Healthy Universities. The programme aligns with the whole-university approach set out by UUK and Student Minds and supports both students and staff.


Register

Registration for these courses and workshops is open through studentwellbeing.admin.cam.ac.uk/mhu/register.


Wellbeing Essentials for Students

  • One session
  • Two hours
  • 10-15 students per workshop

We all have mental health and managing mental health and wellbeing is a key part of thriving at university. This workshop is for all undergraduate students and explores what mental health is, how wellbeing can support mental health, where to find support and how to talk to others about mental health. After attending, students will be given access to a curated resource hub with additional tools and information. More information...

Tools and Techniques for Student Mental Health

  • Four two-hour sessions over four weeks
  • 30 mins independent online learning between sessions
  • 10-15 students per course

A short course for any undergraduate student looking to learn more about managing mental health at university. The course will introduce students to different tools and techniques they and their friends can use to look after themselves. In the group sessions students will be able to practise these with the support of a Mind trainer and a small group of peers. More information...

Looking After Your Mental Health at Work

  • One session
  • Two-hours
  • 10-15 students per workshop

University has a big role to play in preparing students to thrive in the future. This workshop aims to give students knowledge and confidence to help manage their mental health and wellbeing when they move into the workplace. This session may be particularly useful for students who are thinking about their career choices, moving into a placement year, or who currently have a job. Led by an experienced Mind trainer, students will have the chance to learn about how to look after their wellbeing at work, ways to manage their mental health as a new graduate, and their employers’ responsibilities. More information...


Further information

For further information, please contact emma.taylormartin@cpslmind.org.uk, or chad.allen@admin.cam.ac.uk.