A third of students say they have poor mental health - helpful resources

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BlinkyBill
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We recently conducted a survey with members and guests on TSR, asking all sorts of questions about how you're finding things now, as we continue moving through covid-19 world.

One of the questions we asked was about mental health, and we found that a third of you rated your mental health as 'poor' or 'very poor'.

If you're feeling like this, there's a load of advice and resources here - including phone lines and ways to connect with counsellors/advisors via text/online (esp if you're at home with your parents and can't talk on the phone).

Also feel free to add your own in this thread!
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I've personally found Big White Wall really useful (my uni has a subscription to it for all students) https://www.bigwhitewall.com
and also for anyone with a formal mental health diagnosis you can apply for Disabled Students' Allowance and accessmental health mentoring (one to one weekly support) which I've also found helpful
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