The Course is entirely online, so you do not need to attend face-to-face appointments or workshops. The Course involves 4 brief lessons and runs for 5 weeks, with new Courses starting around every 2 weeks. You have access to resources covering issues commonly experienced by students (e.g. sleep, problem solving, assertiveness and procrastination) and case studies of previous participants that make the course easy to relate to. 

Additionally, you are provided with access to a Student Services Counsellor, who will provide support throughout the course via telephone or a secure messaging system.Our counsellors and crisis support can assist you to gain a clearer understanding of the problems you face and how to identify appropriate strategies so you can make the best possible decision for yourself.

  • Why UniWellbeing?

    Many students find this program helps them to build essential skills for maintaining good emotional wellbeing (managing stress, anxiety, low mood and depression), while fitting around their busy lives and schedules. You can access the course anywhere you have internet access 24/7.Importantly, the Course is being developed in close collaboration with students, with more than 90% saying it was worth their time and they would recommend it.

  • What to expect?

    The lessons take 20-30 minutes to read and are accompanied with a do-it-yourself guide, which explains how to work through the skills you are learning.

    Just as with learning anything, practice is essential therefore, it is recommended that you spend around 15-20 minutes per day working on the skills and integrating them into your daily routine.

    A 10-15 minute call with the psychologist running the course occurs weekly. The aim of the call is to help guide you through the course, answer any questions you might have and talk through how to apply the skills to your own situation.

  • How to register?

    Complete a UniWellbeing Self-Referral Form and you will be contacted within 72 hours regarding your participation.

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