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Wellbeing Workshops – Summer 2023

How are you feeling? We can all use a breather every now and then, and it’s always good to have a check-in on our mental wellbeing. Join SEWS for our upcoming Wellbeing Workshops where we will discuss the latest coping strategies, self-care and best practice.

The Wellbeing Workshops take place Wednesdays, 1pm – 2pm in Room 301 at Euston Road. There is no need to book in advance and you can view the focus of each session below. Remember, you can always speak to SEWS if you have any specific wellbeing issue that you would like to discuss.

19 July 2023Exploring London
Today, London is one of the most diverse cities in the world, with a rich history and some of the most outstanding culture on the planet. There is always something to see and do in London. With some of the world’s best art, entertainment, shopping, dining, and history, it’s impossible to be bored in London. Let’s explore the best things to do in London! 
2 August 2023Working hard, or hardly working?
This workshop will aim to show and develop your strategies to ensure you are being productive when planning your study sessions and assignment plans.
9 August 2023Mindfulness and self-care
Making sure our own needs are met is as important as taking care of those we love most. When turning your attention toward yourself feels challenging, there are simple ways to move through the discomfort. Explore our new guide for tips, practices, and reminders on how to engage in self-care.
16 August 2023Cost of living crisis – Tips for students
There are many different ways the cost-of-living crisis could be affecting you whilst at university, whether it’s struggling to afford rent, finding it hard to pay for food shopping, having to avoid putting your house heating on, having to ditch socialising, and so on. No matter how your financial situation at university is being impacted due to the current climate, there are things which can help you out.
23 August 2023Procrastination
Find out the reasons behind procrastination, learn how to overcome them, and why you should always eat a frog for breakfast.
6 September 2023The Gratitude project
Studies show that people who practise gratitude are more likely to thrive -which is exactly what we want for our students! Practising gratitude helps protect us when we feel at our weakest. It’s not going to remove negative emotions or events but can make challenging times easier to manage by helping us be more compassionate towards ourselves and others.

Can’t make it to one of the Wellbeing Workshops? You can find recordings of the workshops after they have taken place on Canvas.

Speak to SEWS

Your Student Engagement, Wellbeing and Success team are here to help.

We’re here Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm except bank holidays.