Reflections from my time beginning to recover from a mental illness.
We have a huge number of resources, guidance, activities and access to support available in the university, yet still I occasionally get asked: “What’s out there for me?”. And that’s […]
One of the easiest and simplest ways to enhance your mental health while connecting with nature is to go out for a walk. I have written before about my pre-pandemic […]
Being outside in nature is an opportunity to use all of our senses and feel more connected and present. Nature can calm us, energise us, reduce stress, regulate hormones, improve […]
The theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is “Nature”.
The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is nature. Research shows that views of nature can help us slow down, boost our mood, improve our concentration, and support our wellbeing. […]
Following his popular blog last year, we are delighted that Tom Delahunt from the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work has been inspired to share more reflections with us, […]
I do lots of thinking, reading, listening and talking about wellbeing and mental health. It is a core part of my role, a focus in my volunteering activity, and something […]
Throughout the month of February, we are hosting a series of 10 minute Daily Wellbeing Pauses for staff. They include a mix of topics and ideas and are an encouragement […]