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Published: April 15, 2019

Here in the Wellbeing team at the University, we know that mental health is as important as physical health.

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We take our students health, wellbeing and career prospects seriously. As we know, as you do, that students need to be healthy and happy in order to fulfill their potential. 

For Stress Awareness Month, we want to make you aware of an online service that will provide tools to manage stress and bring balance into your life.

Space from Stress is a programme that consists of seven modules. These can be completed in your own time and at your own pace over approximately eight weeks.

If you require immediate or urgent help please contact your local GP or your community support services, you can find these details on the Find Help page. 

To sign-up to Space from Stress, you will have to complete 2 short questionnaires that will allow us to help you, this will take two minutes.


Health Wellbeing and support:

The Wellbeing team is made up of highly-qualified health and wellbeing professionals with a wealth of experience.  

We have a range of free and confidential support systems for all students, such as our Wellbeing service. The service offers advice on a range of issues such as stress, anxiety and low mood, self-harming behaviours, bereavement and loss, eating issues, dependency and addiction, concerns about sexuality, issues with self-esteem and confidence and long-term mental health difficulties. 

Students can access these services in person, or make a confidential appointment by phone, email or using an online referral form. 

There are a number of ways to get in touch with us 

By telephone: 0191-515-2933

By email: wellbeing@sunderland.ac.uk

Or pop by to see us at Student Services reception (Edinburgh Building Level 1)

We are here for you across the year.
Opening Hours Term Time
Mon - Thu: 8:30am - 5:30pm, Fri: 8:30am - 5:00pm or until 5pm outside of term time.





Topic: Wellbeing

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