Part of your self-development at University is developing self-care skills. Learning to look after yourself is something we facilitate with a number of free online resources which you can explore in your own time from the comfort of your home, or your pocket! These resources are commonly referred to by CMH staff as well as staff working in the NHS and other organisations. These resources, along with student support services, are all part of what you pay for as a student at Middlesex, so make sure that you use them!
Don’t forget to explore the holistic wellness advice and guidance found on the health and wellbeing pages of UniHub which can also be used independently for self-care or in conjunction with more formalised support to help look after your wellbeing. Find topics on UniHub around substance use, nutrition, sleep hygiene and more.
Kooth is an online mental wellbeing community and offers free, safe and anonymous support. Kooth is available for 18 - 25-year-olds and provides free, safe and anonymous support through the community and BACP qualified mental health professionals and needs no referral, nor is there any waiting list.
Miindset is designed to help you manage your mental health and wellbeing by giving you tailored mental health and wellbeing content thanks to the Miindset Wellness Checker and clever AI. You can take your personalised support with you anywhere, with zero wait time, whenever you need it. Miindset is on a mission to change mental health and wellbeing provision amongst the global student population. Download on your phone (available on Apple and Android) or access Miindset from a tablet or laptop.
The Zensory is a multi-sensory, immersive platform that combines cutting edge neuroscience techniques with traditional therapeutic practices for wellbeing to boost focus or to help you unwind and relax.
The app is a free download.