Student vlog: University Mental Health Day
To mark University Mental Health Day (4 March), Jamie Clark – who studies Psychology with Criminology – explores the concerns surrounding male mental health, the reasons why individuals should try to open up about how they are feeling instead of struggling in silence, and the importance of breaking the stigma associated with mental health.
Furthermore, he shares his own experiences of anxiety as well as his top five tips to maintain positive mental wellbeing.
If you are a student and need support with your mental health, below is a list of internal and external services which you may find useful:
- School Wellbeing Advisors
- LU Wellbeing app
- Community and Hall Wardens
- Centre for Faith and Spirituality
- A selection of self-help resources
- The Yellow Book (student sign-in required)
If you are in a crisis and need support urgently, please use one of the following:
Health and Wellbeing
Wellbeing means being in a positive physical, social and mental state. Wellbeing is important to us as happy, healthy people who achieve harmony in their work / life mix are more creative, productive and help to create a great place to work.