Wellbeing Service - Upcoming Events

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The Wellbeing Service run a wide range of events to support your wellbeing, from social activities such as therapy dogs, cooking and crafts to workshops to support your mental health.

Browse some of the upcoming events below, or visit the Wellbeing Service website for a full list of activities you can get involved in.

Therapeutic and Reflective Creative Sessions
Every Wednesday, 1pm, 17, 24 April, 1, 8 May, Treforest Campus.

Within these group sessions, we will explore topics of your choice through different creative mediums, such as body and movement, a variety of art mediums and creative writing. Using creativity in a reflective manner may help you to:

  • find new ways to look at problems or difficult situations
  • make sense of things and understand yourself better
  • give you a chance to connect with others
  • improve wellbeing

Wellbeing Information Drop-ins
Every Tuesday, 12 – 2pm – 16, 23, 30 April, 7, 14, 21, 28 May, near the Advice Zone on each campus.

The Wellbeing Information Drop-ins are an opportunity to find out about wellbeing support, how to book an appointment with the service, and what activities and resources are available to improve your mental health and wellbeing.

These are Student Navigator-led drop-in sessions – come along to find out more.

‘Call it Out’ Workshops – End Violence Against Women and Girls
Thursday 25 April, 10am – 3pm, The Hub, Treforest Campus.

The Wellbeing Service in collaboration with Rhondda Cynon Taf Community Safety Partnership will deliver a series of workshops for women as part of their ‘Call It Out’ campaign.

The ‘Call It Out’ workshops will explore 4 key areas: healthy relationships, identifying and reporting a crime, personal safety, and self-defence.

Further Support

Wellbeing Advice Appointments
Our Wellbeing Advisers are here to help find the best support for you. Wellbeing advice appointments provide you with an opportunity to discuss your university support, mental health, and wellbeing. Appointments last for around 45 minutes and can be booked through Advice Zone Online. Wellbeing Advice appointments are available on campus, via Microsoft teams, or telephone.

Togetherall is an online community that offers students a safe and anonymous place to explore your feelings and think things through. Togetherall is free for all USW students and available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Register for Togetherall using your USW email address.

Additional Resources
The Wellbeing Service provide a variety of tools and resources that can help students improve their wellbeing and mental health.

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