Workshops

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The Student Wellbeing Centre will be running various workshops and skills groups throughout the academic year. For more information on these, please attend one of our Wellbeing Walk Ins to chat further with an advisor.

Student Wellbeing Walk In Times:

  • Monday – Friday 10am-4pm
  • Thursday evenings (during term-time only) 5-7pm

 

This is a 4-week skills group for anyone who has difficulty in managing a healthy relationship, whether past or present. This includes all personal relationships you may have – family, friends, your partner. Each session will focus on a theme, with several subjects covered within each theme. There will be group discussions, exercises and work to take away which can be revisited to further develop learned skills. The aim of the course is to develop skills to improve the relationships in your life.

For more information on the workshop including session dates, please contact the Student Wellbeing Centre on studentwellbeing@lincoln.ac.uk or pop along to a Wellbeing Walk In.

This skills group aims to give you a better overall understanding of anxiety; how it affects us and exploring techniques to help you take back control. This course runs for 4 weeks and will have a different focus each sessions. By the end of the 4 weeks, hopefully the course will have provided you with a toolkit to help you to better manage anxiety.

For more information on the workshop including session dates, please contact the Student Wellbeing Centre on studentwellbeing@lincoln.ac.uk or pop along to a Wellbeing Walk In.

Many of us feel unsure about our own strengths, capabilities and can feel like we are not good enough. Our skills group consisting of 4 sessions will help you to learn techniques to address feelings of low self-esteem and improve your confidence.

For more information on the workshop including session dates, please contact the Student Wellbeing Centre on studentwellbeing@lincoln.ac.uk or pop along to a Wellbeing Walk In.

The ‘Resilience Workshops’ course provides you with the tools to bounce back from hardships and the skills to feel more able to cope with challenges. This course will hopefully support you in developing your mental, emotional and physical resilience.

For more information on the workshop including session dates, please contact the Student Wellbeing Centre on studentwellbeing@lincoln.ac.uk or pop along to a Wellbeing Walk In.

Fresh Start is here to help you with the transition into university life, either for the first time, or if you’re returning to continue your studies. These informal sessions will cover topics such as adjusting to change, homesickness and being independent, and help you to settle in to university as quickly as possible.

Fresh Start will restart in the new academic year along with an online version. You can see the self-help guide and pre record video from previous online sessions here.

For more information on the workshop or to book in, please contact the Student Wellbeing Centre on studentwellbeing@lincoln.ac.uk 

 

Manwell is a wellbeing support group for male students (this is trans inclusive), to talk openly about any challenges they may have experienced & connect with like-minded individuals. Interested? Call 01522 886400 or email studentwellbeing@lincoln.ac.uk to find out more.

Exposure to drinking culture and recreational drug use can sometimes feature as part of student life. Excessive substance use can affect your judgement, lead to unsafe situations and have long term implications on your health. ‘We Are With You’ is Lincoln’s drug and alcohol service and they will be joining us to provide advice sessions. These sessions will be helpful, whether you are experiencing concerns around alcohol/ substance use, or just generally want to be better informed. 

For more information about these sessions, please get in touch with the Student Wellbeing Centre by emailing studentwellbeing@lincoln.ac.uk or by calling us on 01522 886400.

Thrive is a face-to-face group that will run over 3 sessions. The first week will focus on Anxiety and graded exposure. The second week will explore motivation and organisation. The third and final session will look at self-care and coping strategies.  It is designed to provide you with a personal tool kit to better manage some of the challenges University can bring.

For more information on the workshop including session dates, please contact the Student Wellbeing Centre on studentwellbeing@lincoln.ac.uk or pop along to a Wellbeing Walk In.

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