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World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day logo banner - 10 october 2019
World Mental Health Day logo

"The main theme of World Mental Health Day is suicide prevention and we as a university recognise that we have an important contribution to make, particularly in getting people to talk about a subject that tends to be taboo so that we can challenge myths and learn about the risk factors and how to address them."

- Sarah Tomlinson , Student Wellbeing Manager

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‘The Parting Glass’

Red Ladder Theatre Company is performing a play which explores mental health, masculinity and human connection in a social media-obsessed world. The play will be followed by a panel Q&A to explore what attendees saw and felt about the play. 16:00-18:00 at Perform 1 Studio, Calverley building. Limited tickets are available so advanced bookings are required.

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Let’s think about love, relationships and community

40 simple ways to enhance your relationships, mental health and wellbeing. Workshop delivered by Dr Divine Charura, Course Director in the School of Health & Community Studies. 12:00-13:00 at The Gateway, Leslie Silver building.

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Suicide prevention

 Jess Carrier, Welfare & Community Officer for Leeds Beckett Students' Union talks about her suicide prevention campaign for the year ahead.
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