There are many resources at UWE Bristol and beyond to have a look at if you'd like to find out more about managing your own wellbeing.
Try an app
Student Health App
Why google your symptoms and risk getting overly worried? Download the Student Health App and use it to reduce your worries and know where to go to get the support you need.
Developed in collaboration with a research team from UWE Bristol, SAM is a free app to help you understand and manage anxiety. It will help you to understand what causes your anxiety, monitor your anxious thoughts and behaviour over time and manage your anxiety through self-help exercises and private reflection.
Helpful resources on various topics commonly discussed in counselling and mental health support.
Your practitioner may point you towards some of these during your sessions.
We’ve pulled together some information on how to build connections and meet others to help you tackle loneliness.
Attend a workshop
Attend a workshop to and get support with managing your wellbeing.
Our resilience workshops teach you a proactive approach to building your confidence at university and beyond.
They are led by students and have been developed to help you build the confidence you need to succeed at university and in life. You’ll learn life skills of resilience and be more able to tackle the challenges that come your way.
“I found the workshop useful and eye opening. I feel able to better deal with exams now”
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Feel Good runs events throughout the year to help you relax, try something new, get active and eat well.
Use the self-assessment tool to determine your wellbeing score. Then review the various options to improve your mental wellbeing.