Webinars for students and staff

CWMT Colleges and Universities Programme

This is a series of short webinars produced by our experienced mental health trainers. Within these sessions our trainers share information and explore strategies for maintaining positive mental health, paying attention to our own wellbeing and supporting those around us.


We hope you will find them useful and engaging.

In this session, Sarah explains what stress is, what can cause stress, and the potential impact on our mental wellbeing. She includes some suggestions for maintaining a healthy balance to manage stress successfully.

During this presentation, Gemma shows us how to use a wellbeing action plan to manage our mental wellbeing and signposts several other resources and support.

In this session, you are guided through a range of self-care practices. This session follows this year’s Mental Health Awareness week theme of kindness.

This presentation explores how to use mindfulness in a practical day-to-day way, to stem anxiety and reduce the tendency to become lost in a spiral of ‘what if’ scenarios that ramp up anxiety and impact negatively on mental health and wellbeing.

By Sarah Ashworth

Sarah explores the link between nutrition and mental health. She looks at the benefits of a healthy diet on our mental wellbeing, referring to current evidence and research.

This session is suitable for both students and staff. Samantha introduces us to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and how they might impact on our health, choices and behaviours as adults. She also includes guidance on grounding exercises to lower stress levels.

Gemma’s session on self-care for students with eating disorders includes six tips and strategies including staying in wellbeing 'credit', using the BLAST approach and being king to yourself. This session will be of interest to anyone who is struggling to maintain healthy eating.

Katherine’s presentation addresses some of the issues that students might have when trying to focus on work and offers some strategies for managing this in the current, unprecedented situation.

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More information on our dedicated training sessions, e-learning materials and other useful resources for colleges can be found here.

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