Resilience and Mental Health Workshops for Students

Let’s create a future where every young person has access to support if they need it

Addressing mental health issues in young people has never been more important. Globally, one in ten experience a mental health problem and suicide is the leading cause of death in 5- to 19-year-olds.

Raising awareness of how common mental illness is can help young people realise they are not alone. Our workshops for students offer information and tools to support mental well-being. They are designed to encourage and normalise conversations around mental health and that it is okay to ask for help. Led by our team of doctors, nurses, and midwives with training in this field, we navigate these sensitive topics and conversations safely.


It’s OK to not be OK: Mental Health Awareness for Students

This 90-minute workshop is run in collaboration with the Zeta Movement. Students hear from a Zeta Ambassador, a young person with lived experience of mental illness, about their personal story. We then consider steps that students can take to safeguard their mental health using the HealthFirst FEELS GOOD! approach.

Led by our team of doctors, nurses, and midwives with training in this field, these workshops navigate sensitive topics and conversations safely, highlighting where young people can turn for support.

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Managing Exam Stress

It is normal to feel a bit worried about upcoming exams. But the pressure to do well can sometimes become overwhelming and can impact mental health. It can lead to feelings of anxiety, problems sleeping and changes in appetite.

Our exam stress workshops offer students practical tips and tools to help them navigate their exam period and provide support about how to ask for help if things become too much.

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