There has been much research published on the positive impact of art, in all its forms, on boosting positive mental health and wellbeing. This World Mental Health Day, Reena, one of our Student Health Project Coordinators, spoke to the lovely Sally Nimmo, a mental health activist, artist and technology expert on her views of mental health and the arts and what’s been her go-to creative outlet during lockdown.
See Me have launched a new campaign encouraging people to share both the highs and the lows with #MyUnfilteredLife on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Earlier this year chemistry student Caitlin completed the Scottish Mental Health First Aid training course through her voluntary role with See Me.
We wanted to find out more about the experiences students have of stigma and discrimination, and the impact these experiences have on their education and lives…
Think Positive Ambassador Heather’s blog for SeeMe Scotland.