Come and join us for an informal, chatty, interactive evening where we will explore what setting up in private practice is really like, based on our experiences of setting up in 2017. We hope to have an honest, supportive conversation around your fears (and hopes) about private practice. We expect that we might dispel some … Continue reading Event: Everything You Wanted to Know About Private Practice (But Were Afraid to Ask)
I recently had the pleasure of delivering a great day of training to 6 staff members from the Humanities department of Sheffield Hallam University. The course attendees were primarily lecturers and readers working in the film studies and creative writing worlds, all of whom have close contact with students as part of their role. The course … Continue reading “Building Your Mental Health and Self-Care Toolkit” Course – Sheffield Hallam University
I recently read a thought provoking article published in The Guardian entitled 'How do you finish a phd when you don't feel you belong at university?'. In the article the author shares her experiences as a working class student within an academic system within which she has felt at times dis-empowered and within which she has … Continue reading Should counselling services in Universities be doing more?
Did you know that 1180 students dropped out of University courses early in 2014 - 2015 citing mental health reasons? This is up 210% from 2009 - 2010. The pressure that students can be under is huge and there can still be an awful lot of stigma attached to reaching out for help. It … Continue reading Student Mental Health and Wellbeing