Mental Health and Wellbeing Support

Wellbeing Buddies

Do you feel like you would benefit from having a wellbeing buddy? Connect@Bangor can connect students, with carefully selected students from the connect volunteering group, to be your wellbeing buddy. The buddies will support you as a friend and support with the social aspects of university life.

If you feel you would benefit from this scheme, please contact Gareth Williams: gareth.williams@undebbangor.com

 

Emotional Resilience Training

Emotional resilience is your ability to keep your mind calm in a stressful situation or crises and it is a major defence against clinical depression, anxiety and other common mental health issues. We have arranged emotional resilience training with Two Roads Charity, to help give you the skills you need to help deal with what life throws at you.  

More information click here.

Connect@Bangor Drop-in Session

Every Wednesday at 1pm you can join our online group discussions with the Mental Health Advisors and Connect@Bangor to talk about all aspects of well-being. You are under no pressure to speak; you can just listen, and you can private message one of the Mental Health Advisers to request an appointment in the drop-in session that follows. To join these session contact svbconnect@undebbangor.com

The Mental Health Advisors then have a Drop in Sessions between 2pm and 3.30pm every Wednesday afternoon. Email mentalhealthadviser@bangor.ac.uk or you can request an appointment at the Connect group discussion.

Click & Collect Project

Our ‘Click and Collect’ project is back for students who are isolating due to the Corona Virus pandemic.

Students can complete their order (for the Morrisons Bangor store) by clicking here.

Your order must be put in at least 24 hours before delivery, whereby you can then email Gareth.williams@undebbangor.com for a volunteer to collect your order and delivery it to the main entrance of your halls.

This service is only available for students who are self-isolating and is available Monday-Friday 10:00-16:00.

 

Mindfulness Meditation drop-in sessions for Bangor University Students via Zoom

Suitable for complete beginners and for those who have some prior experience of Mindfulness or other forms of meditation.

Each Session will have a period of guided meditation, then a few minutes of reflection and questions at the end. A variety of different practices are taught during the sessions.

Every Thursday during term time:  4.00-4.50pm (Starting Thurs 21 January 2021)

For further information and joining details, contact ican@bangor.ac.uk

 

TheraTea

Struggling for motivation on a Monday morning? Start your week off by joining us every Monday morning 10-12 for a chance to chat and dispel any worries. Then take part in some soft, guided yoga.

10am: Join the teams meeting and air any woes or just to see some friendly faces

10:30: An hour of soft yoga practice

11:30: A further chance to reflect and chat.

To book email: spm18rbf@bangor.ac.uk

 

Free Yoga

Free live Yoga every Friday at 6pm, via zoom or catch up anytime on Youtube.

Email iogadwyni@gmail.com to sign up!

 

Lunch time chat for parents/carers

An informal lunch time chat for students that are parents and carers to meet likeminded people. Alternating between a drop-in session for carers and parents, from the 29th January.

Email Delyth (Student Counsellor for parents and carers) for more information - dlj18kdd@bangor.ac.uk

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