Your Voice

Mental Health Awareness Week.

8-14 October

Mental health is a pivotal topic in higher education, which is why every year we run Mental Health Awareness Week. It's a campaign which seeks to promote awareness on multiple fronts, and serves to help create an environment where talking about mental health is not merely acceptable, but is also encouraged. That's why we're committed to improving the environment surrounding mental health at Royal Holloway.

Our work does not stop there however. In the coming weeks and months, we'll be sure to campaign on and lobby to ensure that the mental health services provided match the demand, making sure that policy matches the culture.

Events

Mental Health Mural Making
8th October
Tommy's Lounge
Throughout the week we'll be creating two different murals, with open sessions each day for anyone to attend.
Mental Health Mural Making
9th October
Tommy's Lounge
Throughout the week we'll be creating two different murals, with open sessions each day for anyone to attend.
Mental Health Mural Making
10th October
Tommy's Lounge
Throughout the week we'll be creating two different murals, with open sessions each day for anyone to attend.
Mental Health Mural Making
11th October
Tommy's Lounge
Throughout the week we'll be creating two different murals, with open sessions each day for anyone to attend.


News

Mental Health Awareness Week Launches

Mon 14 Nov 2011

14th-20th November

 
Blog: Tackling University Mental Health

Thu 14 Feb 2019

VP Welfare & Diversity Willow Wong brings us another important update following the review of the NHS GP Surgery.

 
World Mental Health Day: Why Is It Still So Important?

Wed 10 Oct 2018

As we mark World Mental Health Day, we stop to consider why it is still so important for us to speak up around the topic of mental health.

 
 


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