It is easy to underestimate the cathartic power of simple, everyday activities. Much of the mental health narrative relates to clinical models and one-to-one therapy/counselling. In the spirit of preventative work as well as normalizing everyday experiences in all life the Student Counselling Service (SCS) at the University of Edinburgh took a different perspective with ‘What Works’.
For the 2019-20 academic year, we’ve been funded by the Scottish Government to run a small grant scheme to support those taking part in the Student Mental Health Agreement project. We will be offering 10 institutions in Scotland (FE or HE) a maximum of £250 each! This money aims to challenge potential financial barriers which […]
Stars awarded at the 2018-19 Healthy Body Healthy Mind Awards.
Sitting at my desk after a the last few weeks of event planning seems an almost surreal experience. Yesterday’s Launch Event went so well and currently everyone on the team is breathing a (deep) sigh of relief.
The Healthy Body Healthy Mind (HBHM) Awards are about to enter a new chapter as Scottish Student Sport (SSS) step up to lead the project supported by NUS Scotland and ASH Scotland!