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Mental Health Toolkit – Part 1 – What to do when it becomes too much?

With the semester finally coming to a close and all the assessments tasks and assignments building up are you feeling the heat?

When it becomes too much to handle do you know what to do?

If not that’s fine because we’re here to help!

Did you know a survey conducted on domestic UNSW students found that 85 per cent of students didn’t know where to find support on campus during stressful times?


Did you also know that over 50 per cent of students felt the university needed to do a better job at informing student of those support services?


From this data it was made obvious that the university needs to do a better job and now the University has through the unveiling of its own online service aimed at supporting students.

NavigateMe is a university-wide initiative which delivers tailored advice around key aspects of your personal and study life in the form of a printable Action Plan.

Interested to find out more about the service?

Stay tuned.



4 thoughts on “Mental Health Toolkit – Part 1 – What to do when it becomes too much?

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    1. Hey Vanessa, we should have part two up shortly. Its so important to take care of your mental health and initiatives like these really do make the difference, don’t you think? I also noticed you have your own wellbeing kit when I looked through your blog and its great to see people offering help and service and what’s even better is you’re doing it for FREE!!!

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      1. That’s great, you’re working at the speed of light. Already checked part 2, the application seems really useful for students. Hope it will be followed by other unis! My blog started exactly because uni life was taking my wellbeing away. Glad things are evolving now and there is more awareness. All the best for this beautiful journey! 🙂

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