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.
Mon 14 Nov 2011
Thu 04 Mar 2021
As we celebrate University Mental Health Day, VP Wellbeing & Diversity Henn Warwick and Mentality President Milo Dack discuss the importance of talking about our mental health.
Tue 19 May 2020
With alternative assessments in full swing, many of you may have plans for long hours of revisions or all-nighters to complete an important assignment, but please remember to look after your wellbeing too! To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, we've put this article together to let you know that there is support out there for you during these difficult times.
Tue 07 Apr 2020
VP Welfare & Diversity Lucy Simpson shares her advice to help those of you finding it difficult to manage an eating disorder during the new challenges caused by life under lockdown.
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