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Why join a group?  

It's normal to feel nervous about joining a group, but feedback we've had from students suggests it can help you feel supported, more confident in yourself and better connected with others. It's sometimes just helpful to know you're not alone in your difficulties.

These groups are popular, so when you sign up you'll be asked to make a commitment to coming along to each session. To help develop a safe and secure space, these groups are closed to new participants once they have begun.

Dates for each group will be confirmed at the beginning of term.

Look After Your Mate

Students often come to us with concerns about their friends and peers. This workshop, developed by Student Minds, will give you the necessary tips and tools to support a friend in need: spotting the signs that your friend is struggling, how to start a conversation and support them and when to signpost for further help – as well as looking after yourself in the process.

Dates and times

  • June 18, 2021 at 11:00am
  • June 19, 2021 at 10:30am

These sessions will be held online via Zoom.

Sign up for a Look After Your Mate session

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Managing low mood – Mood boost

The mood boost course is all about learning new skills and tools which you can use to feel better, happier, more relaxed and confident and less sad, irritated or worried. This course runs over four weekly sessions and encourages you to try new tools and put them into practice so that you make a start on building new mood boost habits.

Course start dates (available via Zoom)

  • 4 June
  • 16 July
  • 27 August

Sign up to a course.

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Student Wellbeing Services – Plymouth campus

Student Hub, Charles Seale-Hayne Library, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA

Opening times: Monday–Friday, 8:30–17:00 (Wednesday open 10:00, Friday close 16:30)

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