Managing stress

We've put together some tips to help you identify the sources and signs of stress, as well as how to manage it.

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Hub of Hope

There’s finally somewhere you can search quickly and easily to find local and national mental health services, reminding us that there is always somebody to talk to.

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Delivering meaningful student support remotely

Some resources for support workers to ensure their students get the most out of remote support. This includes a handy downloadable guide and webinar.

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MindShift

MindShift is a free app designed to offer practical support in relation to feelings of anxiety. Rather than suggesting that you avoid situations that create anxiety, the app guides you towards opportunities to face them in a constructive way.

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Habitica

When you have academic deadlines looming, the Xbox or PS4 can certainly seem like an unwelcome distraction! However, the science behind why games are so engaging can be turned to our benefit. Yes, you read that correctly; playing a game can help you get more done!

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Frantic World

The Frantic World website is a lovely resource for anyone interested in Mindfulness. In the Resources page of the website, you will find several free meditations from three books that accompany the website.

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Calm.com

Calm.com is a website and app that helps you practise mindfulness. There are now lots of apps that help you practice mindfulness; what makes Calm stand out is its visual presentation (especially when viewed via the website).

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