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By Chloe, BA (Hons) Creative and Professional Writing. Student Chloe, talks about what inspired her to run 27 miles in March for the charity, Mind. She shares how this has helped her to become more aware of her own mental health and how she hopes (More)
by the Wellbeing Service For some people, the transition to university can be made more daunting by the thought of being surrounded by new people who don’t understand our difficulties. Opening up Telling people about your mental health i (More)
By Dr Helena Lewis-Smith, Senior Research Fellow, and Sharon Haywood, Research Associate, from the Centre for Appearance Research Lockdown has changed our lives in unprecedented ways. Not only has it transformed how we study and work, but it has (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Guest blog: Mental Illness and COVID-19
Blog written by Laura Collett, Project Officer, UWE Bristol. Thanks to Laura for writing this honest blog as part of Mental Health Awareness Week. I have never written a blog before and, me being me, I know my self-esteem will doubt every sin (More)
By Eva Fragkiadaki My name is Eva Fragkiadaki, and I have recently joined the UWE Department of Health and Social Sciences as a Senior Lecturer in Counselling Psychology. I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from University of Cret (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: Facebook Usage and Mental Health
Originally posted on the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre blog here. Dr Guru Prabhakar’s co-authored paper has been published in the International Journal of Information Management (Impact F (More)
Dr Guru Prabhakar's co-authored paper has been published in the International Journal of Information Management (Impact Factor: 4.5). Facebook Usage and Mental Health: An empirical study of role of non-directional social comparisons in the UK. (More)
By Nicola Holt “I am happy to be alive as long as I can paint.” Frida Kahlo, artist “To write poetry is to be alive.” Rainer Maria Rilke, poet The therapeutic role of the arts in fostering healing, growth, well-being and emotional (More)