Members of staff at the University have access to EAP, a suite of wellbeing services, offering you a structured way to work through physical or mental health issues and financial difficulties. The resource is free to use and confidential.
The University has a dedicated in-house Health and Safety, which incorporates Occupational Health, who can help you with any health, safety and wellbeing issues, including physical and mental wellbeing, workstation advice and risk assessments, including stress risk assessments.
The University has a number of mental health first aiders who are able to support staff and signpost them to sources of mental and emotional support.
Physical exercise can have a positive effect on your mental health. That's why courtesy of Julian Dominique, one of the University's personal trainers, all University staff have access to his free online Personal Training services.
The University's SportsDock has a wellbeing blog to inspire you with tips and tricks about maintaining your wellbeing.
Togetherall is a safe, online community where people support each other anonymously to improve mental health and wellbeing.