University awarded £139k government funding to offer bespoke mental health and wellbeing support to postgraduate research students
Funding from HEFCE will help the University deliver a suite of online materials for training postgraduate research students to provide peer support
Working together to make positive changes in people lives
Gareth Benjamin, graduate of BA (Hons) Social Work from Plymouth, reflects on his award-winning career as a social worker specialising in adult mental health
Grant to boost students’ work helping people with autism
A project set up by two University of Plymouth students to help young people with autism and additional needs has won nearly £5,000 from the Aviva Community Fund.
Exploring self criticism and promoting self compassion
Plymouth University news: A workshop exploring self criticism and the new research that could help people quieten its voice is taking place at Plymouth University from 12-14 September.
Author highlights how writing helped him overcome depression
Plymouth University news: Bestselling author Matt Haig will tell audiences how writing helped him win his battle with depression when he comes to the 2015 Plymouth International Book Festival