Behind Closed Doors
  • Sherwell Centre, University of Plymouth

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Please note new date (page updated 5 November 2021)

Ever wondered what happens when a student goes to counselling or sees a Mental Health Worker? If the answer is yes then join us to go ‘Behind Closed Doors’.

Through pre-recorded role played sessions with counsellors and mental health nurses, we will show you how Student Wellbeing Services supports our students to flourish and succeed.

Come and find out what services we offer to students and how you can support your students to access counselling and mental health support. Take away with you the most up-to-date information about wellbeing at the University.

We will have a guest speaker and stalls showcasing the range of in-house counselling, mental health and disability services on offer to students.

And finally don’t miss out on the chance to sign up for a 45 minute session on either Happiness or our stress management session, Calm and Soothe. These workshops are tailored for staff.

With the service provider stands open from 11:00, the main event starts at 12:00 noon with an opening talk, guest speakers and Q&A with a panel of experts who will be available for your questions. The staff workshops run from 13:45-14:30 and the event closes at 15:00. This is a unique chance to see in a pre-recorded live session what happens ‘Behind Closed Doors’.

Please register your place via the above link or email studentservices@plymouth.ac.uk for any queries. Please note that by completing the form, you provide your consent for the University of Plymouth to use your personal information for the purposes of managing your attendance.

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