Support for University Students
We understand that our mental health fluctuates and that being a student can bring about unique challenges that can affect mental health. That is why we have introduced our University Good Life Project and our Mentally Healthy Universities programme which you can read about below.
University Good Life Project
CPSL Mind in partnership with Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Cambridge are offering wellbeing support for students.
We are facilitating Good Mood Cafes and Open Door calm spaces online each week for students studying in Cambridge.
These sessions are aimed at supporting Cambridge students to build connections with other students, learn self-help techniques and connect to personal strengths. This project is funded by the Cantab Integrated Neighbourhood and Cam Medical Primary Care Network.
You can sign up to join the online student Good Mood cafes and/or the Open Door calm spaces by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org using your university email address and let us know which sessions you’d like to join.
We will then send you a private link and password which you can use to safely and securely join using Zoom.
University of Cambridge students can also sign up via the registration form found on this page here.
Anglia Ruskin University students can also sign up via the ARU wellbeing workshop page here.
Find out more in our downloadable leaflet.
Mentally Healthy Universities Project
The programme offers two standalone workshops and one short four-part course for undergraduate students at the University of Cambridge, all delivered online by experienced mental health trainers. Please see below for the course and workshops available.
To register your interest in the course or workshops, please follow this link and fill in the form provided to be alerted when dates are confirmed and when registration is live.
For further information, please contact: email@example.com