Podcasts and videos for your wellbeing
A range of topics including:
Stress, sleep, mindfulness, wellbeing,
good habits, overcoming anxiety etc
You can't always control the circumstances that life throws your way, but you can control how well you take care of yourself. Here are the top self care strategies for overall stress reduction.
The Centre for Clinical Interventions provides a useful free self help module on Overcoming Perfectionism.
A ten-minute mindfulness exercise by Jean Jarvis based on a painting in the University of Dundee Museum Collections - Little Burn, Bonskeid by John Gardiner Crawford. You can do this exercise in front of the real painting by visiting the Dalhousie Building (top floor, block 2).
UNIVERSITY COUNSELLING SERVICE
Offers free counselling to students and staff. Emergency session for people in crisis is available weekdays at 10:15am.
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Opening Hours: 9:00 - 17:00, Mon - Fri
Tel: 01382 384164
Where to find us: Support Hub, OTI Building (see campus map)
Verywell Mind is an online resource that provides the guidance you need to improve your mental health and find balance. A library of more than 4,000 pieces of content, created and refined over the past 20+ years, has been written by more than 100 healthcare professionals and industry experts including experienced doctors, therapists, and social workers, and then vetted by board-certified physicians. Resources you need to feel happy and healthy.
Research shows that a few simple emotional tools can help you overcome anxiety and lead to better performance.
Keeping healthy and functional means
attending to your self care.
Your Ultimate Self Care Assessment
The Student Health App provides you with all the information you need to you look after your health and flourish at university. It is free to download.
A ten-minute mindfulness exercise by Jean Jarvis based on a painting in the University of Dundee Museum Collections - The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible by Lewis Deeney. You can do this exercise in front of the real painting by visiting the Dalhousie Building (top floor, block 1).
The Feeling Good app, is a free, evidence based, guided self-help audio programme that helps support mental wellbeing. The app contains a safe and effective programme, Positive Mental Training, that has been widely used within the NHS for recovery from stress, worry and low mood. The app is accredited by NHS-Digital.
The aim is to give all Dundee University students and staff access to a mental skills training programme which helps you to calm your mind and develop a positive mindset, enabling greater emotional resilience to more effectively deal with the challenges of academic life.