The Being Well, Living Well toolkit will consist of 4 key strands made up of bite-size 20 minute modules.
Strands featured in 'Being Well, Living Well'
Modules address the range of thoughts and feelings, and their associated behaviours, that students commonly experience at university. From transition to university and social issues, to common mental health issues, and negative study behaviours. The focus is on recognising problem areas and providing the tools for students to address them in a positive way.
- Self-esteem, confidence and resilience
- Stress, anxiety and depression
- Self-harm and suicidal thoughts
These modules focus on physical wellbeing, also making the link between healthy lifestyle choices and positive mental health, and enabling students to achieve a good study-life balance.
- Your student journey
- Study-life balance
- Studying well
- Postgraduate wellbeing
- Diet and nutrition
- Being active
Practical, non-judgemental advice is provided to encourage healthy and informed decisions about alcohol and drug use. Further modules address healthy relationships, including respect, resolving conflicts and dealing with harassment and violence, as well as sexual health issues. Finally, students are given essential guidance for personal and online safety.
- Online safety
- Healthy relationships
- Sexual health
Money problems are a common stressor among students. Taking a pragmatic approach, these modules provide a clear overview of financial management and budgeting strategies.
- Financial awareness
- University costs
- Living costs