Student Wellbeing Hub Homepage
Welcome to the Student Wellbeing Hub homepage. Click on each topic below to find resources and services that are available which can help you to manage your wellbeing. Some of the resources are provided by universities for their students, others are open to all.
General Wellbeing and Mental Health
Addiction refers to a repetitive behaviour which is maintained despite knowing the risk associated with it. Individuals may be addicted to many things such as smoking, solvents, shopping. The most common addictions are to drugs and alcohol.
Click 'Addiction' above to explore what services and resources are available to help with addiction-related problems.
Gender and sexuality
Individuals might indentify with a different gender identity. Gender dysphoria refers to the uncomfortable feeling experienced due to the discrepancy betweeen biological sex and gender identity. Often this can cause distress and subsequently have an effect on many aspects of life. On the other hand, individuals that have undergone gender re-assignment might find it difficult to navigate different aspects of life. Click 'Gender and sexuality' above to explore the services and resources available to help gender-related issues.
Relationships and sexual health
Relationships refer to an aspect where two or more people might feel connected. Relationships can refer to those that are romantic, parental, work etc. Certain relationships might be harder to navigate than other. We also provide information regarding sexual health (e.g., contraception etc.).
Click 'Relationships and sexual health' to explore services and resources available to support you regarding relationships and sexual health.
Money management may refer to the process of saving, spending and budgeting money. As a student, this might be the first time in your lifetime where you have to budget and spend money appropriately to maintain your lifestyle. This may prove difficult for those that might have tighter budgets or those with a lack of experience.
Click 'Money management' to explore the services and resources available to help with money management issues.