I'm feeling suicidal / I'm worried about someone who might be suicidal.
If you can't find what you're looking for here or in our Index, or have any questions please email us. The Occupational Health team can also help you with expert confidential advice and support.
Spectrum Life is our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) which is a confidential, neutral service provided by an external company to support colleagues at the University, including free counselling.
Read stories shared by your colleagues about physical activity here.
Physical activity can have a hugely positive impact on our mental health, such as improved sleep, lower stress and anxiety levels, more connection, better self-esteem and a reduction in low mood and depression.
Want to try something new?
- Staff Life is a great place to start if you fancy trying something new - physical or otherwise. You can explore activities taking place at Streatham and St Luke's.
- As part of your employee benefit scheme Edenred, you have access to Cycle2Work, which provides you with access to a bike on favourable terms.
- Explore UoE gym, swim and classes membership options and fitness classes.
- Email Sports Admin or Staff Life for more information about trying something new.
- Visit the University of Exeter Sport Facebook.
- Free Moovement website and Facebook page
- Wellbeing Exeter - Be Active
* Please note: It is important that if you have an existing health condition or are on any prescribed medication that you seek professional/medical advice before starting any new form of exercise or fitness regime.
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