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Mental Health Awareness Week 9-15 May

Mental Health Awareness Week: Connect with nature

On the last day of Mental Health Awareness Week we want to inspire you to make connections with other people and connect with nature, to tackle loneliness and boost your wellbeing.

Mental Health Awareness Week 9-15 May

Mental Health Awareness Week: Get together and take part

This Mental Health Awareness Week (9 to 13 May) we’ll be running a series of events to bring students and staff together to tackle this year’s theme – loneliness. Check out the schedule of free events that will be taking place across all four campuses.

Walk My Dog

Come to our Walk My Dog events!

Do you want to make friends, play with some friendly dogs and be supported in a safe space to talk about mental health? Come along to one of our Walk my Dog events on Falmer and Moulsecoomb campuses!

Let's get the nation talking about student mental health

Supporting you on University Mental Health Day

At the University of Brighton your mental wellbeing is of the upmost importance. This University Mental Health Day, we’re raising awareness of the help and resources available if you need support.

Here for you

Your support network during Christmas closure 23 Dec – 3 Jan

We have put together this simple guide to outline the full range of different wellbeing support options and activities available from both the University and external services.

World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day 10 October 2021

This year’s theme is ‘mental health in an unequal world’. Find out what local and university support is available for mental health, trans health and housing, and LGBTQ+.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

Your tips for managing stress at exam time #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we’ve put together a list of some of your top tips and advice. Remember, everyone manages stress differently. If you feel you need help talking about stress or wellbeing you can always contact your SSGT.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

Mental Health Awareness Week – connecting to nature, locally

Here’s some top tips to connect with nature for the Mental Health Awareness Week (10 – 16 May) and beyond from Amy Stallard, a Wellbeing Practitioner from the Student Wellbeing Team.

Your support network during the university closure period

Your support network during the university closure period

Check out this simple guide outlining the different wellbeing support available during the Christmas holiday break. There are a wide range of external agencies and organisations that we work with during term-time who remain open to you during this period.