- Feeling Good can help your University by supporting both staff and students offering a safe and effective Positive Mental Training programme, widely used within the NHS for increasing wellbeing and positive outlooks while aiding recovery from stress, worry and low mood.
- The rising cost of fees, coursework deadlines and pressure to secure a graduate job are common worries
of UK Universities have experienced an increase in demand for counselling services over the past five years, yet counselling services are stretched. A strong wellbeing programme can help prevent many mental health issues.
of British university students reported they have suffered from a mental health issue.
of students noted that stress was a major burden on their studies and lives. Depression and anxiety were cited as the most common mental health ailments among students.
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"I have found it very helpful, I think it has reduced the anxious cycles in my brain"
"I didn’t feel like it would work when I started but I have noticed a real improvement in my outlook. I feel more positive and in control"
Using Feeling Good increases coping mechanisms, instils positive behaviours and builds resilience meaning more confident, healthier and happier students and staff benefiting your University
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If you’re interested in implementing Feeling Good in your University as part of your wellbeing approach, we would love to hear from you.