Mental Health

PhDs & mental health: It’s time to talk

It is common knowledge that there is a mental health crisis in graduate education – and within academia as a whole [1]. Statistically, one in two PhD students will experience…

Improving ADHD-Related Sleep Problems

Sleep Kid provides the information and resources you need to get a better night’s sleep; this includes the latest research, actionable insights, sleep trackers, sleep products, and much more. Our…

Tuck Sleep – Learning To Maximise Sleep

Tuck Sleep’s primary mission is to promote awareness of sleep health, and as part of that, they’ve researched the connection between sleep and mental health. Their findings are summarised in…

Coping With Exam Stress

With deadlines and exams looming, this time of year can be a particularly tough time for us students. Regardless of whether you’re in first or final year, the stress and…

Come Together

Liverpool…. a vibrant place of culture and a range of different people. But are we really that different? Whilst working at the Liverpool Grand National in the Princess Royal Restaurant,…

Being A Mindful Student

Being a student you will more than likely have or will experience anxiety, depression or stress during your degree. To cope with these manifestations, mindfulness is becoming an increasingly popular…

Mental Health Society

Within the Liverpool Guild of Students there is a Mental Health Society that raises awareness of existing mental health issues both within the Universities and through the community. They provide…

University Counselling Services: UoL

There are free counselling services offered to all students and staff at the University of Liverpool. The services are to help you if you feel that you are being restricted…