There are a range of wellbeing sessions running online that are free for University of Tasmania students. The sessions currently running include:
Drop-in Mindfulness sessions running online twice a week. For more information about Mindfulness you can also visit our Mindfulness article below in the information section.
"Let's talk about..." wellbeing series. This series starts on April 29th and will run weekly from 1-2pm Wednesday using Blackboard Collaborate. These engaging sessions will include information and tips on various wellbeing themes. Each week will focus on a different topic such as sleep, self-care and COVID-19, and procrastination and motivation. To attend a session or to receive a recorded version of these sessions register by visiting AppointmentHub wellbeing events.
Looking for support and information on a particular topic or mental health concern? Click on the links below. If you are a UTAS student a more up to date list of our resources is available on the Student Portal
For printable information (PDF) on topics such as wellbeing, personal development, study skills, exam preparation, and support visit the Student Resources page.
Some of the information you will find on wellbeing, support and mental health include:
- Controlling procrastination (PDF 1.1 MB)
- Depression (PDF 672.5 KB)
- Depression – for friends, family and supports (PDF 683.6 KB)
- Grief and loss (PDF 1.2 MB)
- LGBTQI+ support (PDF 716.9 KB)
- Normal healthy eating (PDF 885.9 KB)
- Meeting people and making friends (PDF 1.8 MB)
- Sexual assault support service (PDF 2.4 MB)
- Sleep (PDF 1.2 MB)
- Time management (PDF 101.4 KB)
The Desk is an online resource developed specifically for university students. You can also access online learning modules about wellbeing and stress management through The Desk. The aim of The Desk is to assist you to maintain or improve your physical and mental wellbeing and to study more effectively while at UTAS.
Mindspot is an online assessment and learning program linked to an online clinical team. You can complete evidenced-based courses to help with symptoms of anxiety an depression.
5 Ways to Wellbeing
The University of Tasmania recognises the clear link between wellbeing and student success. You can watch some short videos of students talking about what works for them on the Student Wellbeing page.
You can access guided relaxation and mindfulness audio clips that you can download or stream. We have a small selection of audio clips that focus on managing stress and developing relaxation skills that you can find here.