Internal support

Site: QMplus - The Online Learning Environment of Queen Mary University of London
Module: RDF: Information Literacy Skills for Researchers
Book: Internal support
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Date: Tuesday, 16 April 2024, 7:00 PM

Description

QMUL's Researcher Development Team offer the following four workshops as part of the Survive and Thrive programme:


Boosting Willpower and Resilience

Busting Self-Criticism and Self-Sabotage

Making Stress Your Friend

Mindfulness for Academic Success


Information on how to book a place is available at: https://academicdevelopment.qmul.ac.uk/researcher-development/courses/. Click on the 'All Researchers' tab at the top of the course list.

1. Workshops

QMUL's Researcher Development Team offer the following four workshops as part of the Survive and Thrive programme:


Boosting Willpower and Resilience

Busting Self-Criticism and Self-Sabotage

Making Stress Your Friend

Mindfulness for Academic Success


These workshops are open to all researchers. Information on how to book a place is available here. Click on the 'All Researchers' tab at the top of the course list to find these workshops.

2. QMUL Services

Unsure of whether you should see a Mental Health Adviser or a Counsellor?

You should see a Mental Health Adviser if you have a diagnosed condition...

QMUL Advice and Counselling Service

Offers confidential and professional support for emotional and psychological issues. Different types of support are available according to individual needs, for example:

  • Short term counselling
  • CBT informed therapies
  • Group therapy
  • Psychiatric consultation
  • Drug and Alcohol clinic
  • Referral for longer term support through NHS or other external mental health services


QMUL Mental Health Support

  • Mental health advisers
  • Advice/support for students with mental health conditions
  • 1:1 Mentoring - help students manage studies alongside their mental health condition
  • Help with managing a crisis

3. External Services

Mind

Telephone: 0300 123 3393 or text 86463


Nightline

Telephone: 020 7631 0101 or text 07717 989 900


Rethink Mental Illness

Telephone: 0300 5000 927


Samaritans

Telephone: 116 123 (free to call 24 hours a day from both landlines and mobiles)

E-mail:  jo@samaritans.org.uk