Holly Ashby, December 11, 2017

in mental health

Higher Education, Self-Care and Protecting Mental Wellbeing

Higher Education, Self-Care and Protecting Mental Wellbeing
This post was written by Holly at Will Williams Meditation, a London meditation centre who help people with meditation for anxiety, stress, productivity and focus.
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ProtectED: a national accreditation scheme for student safety and wellbeing at UK universities

ProtectED: a national accreditation scheme for student safety and wellbeing at UK universities
Many young people experience mixed feelings at this time of year – poised to embark on an exciting life at university while wondering how they will cope with living independently, managing finances, making friends and keeping up with coursework. These worries are completely understandable and often subside in time. However, some student safety and wellbeing concerns continue to make higher education headlines, suggesting that universities must act to address them.
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How to use edtech to boost good mental health

How to use edtech to boost good mental health
As the number of young people treated for mental health conditions steadily rises, a growing number of edtech developers have responded with apps which allow young people to learn about mental wellbeing.
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FULL FABRIC’s Reet Sen: why I’m taking part in Movember

FULL FABRIC’s Reet Sen: why I’m taking part in Movember
Our Business Development Manager Reet Sen is growing a moustache this month in honour of Movember Foundation, a charity which supports men’s physical and mental health. Reet tells us why he’s taken up the challenge and what Movember means to him.
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Three ways to manage stress as an MBA student

Three ways to manage stress as an MBA student
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” – Albert Einstein
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Jeremy Thomas on good mental health in schools

Jeremy Thomas on good mental health in schools
Jeremy Thomas is an author and speaker who raises mental health awareness at schools across the UK. In a year in which 90% of headteachers have reported an increase in mental health problems among pupils over a five-year period, he tells us how the subject should be covered by the school curriculum.
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