Setting boundaries to take charge of your journey

By Vanisha Sadh, 2nd year BSc Product Design student Setting boundaries to protect your wellbeing may sound easy but it can actually seem impossible when you are surrounded by your best friends and have to make the choice to not take part in activities you dearly love. This is something most students struggle with at … More Setting boundaries to take charge of your journey

How to cope with stress during the winter break

By Chloe Brazener, MSc Psychology Student As a part-time Masters student juggling multiple commitments, the idea of a break from university sounds enticing, however the issue is that this time of year comes associated with assignments due for submission. I am no stranger to the looming deadlines at this time of year. What comes to … More How to cope with stress during the winter break

Grief and loss

Written by Paul Dodsley, Student Health Development Officer and NTU Alumni Life throws all kinds of things at us, it’s part of life’s journey. I remember seeing a quote that ‘time is a healer and life is a teacher’.  This is all very well but one thing I know is that you are never quite … More Grief and loss

5 Ways Social Prescribing Can Support You

By Bethany Robinson, Social Prescriber based within the City Campus GP Practice 5 Ways Social Prescribing Can Support You Are you struggling with your mental health and wellbeing? Social Prescribing can help you to explore what options are available for talking therapies or to get connected with options for peer support. You can support your … More 5 Ways Social Prescribing Can Support You