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Workshops and Webinars

Workshops and Webinars

Workshops and Webinars

Webinars

Wellbeing Services offer a number of webinars that you can attend from home via your laptop or PC. Webinars are interactive online workshops that allow you to participate and learn new ways to approach different areas of your life.

  • Please click the Bookable Webinars drop-down below to find out more about our available sessions and book a place.
  • We have a number of Previously Recorded Webinars available to watch instantly on the drop-down below, including Looking After Your Wellbeing During Coronavirus.

Our term three webinar schedule is below, and booking links will be added shortly. Webinars will run via Microsoft Teams. Please also see recordings of our previous webinars in the 'Recorded Webinars' drop-down on this page.

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Mindfulness Online Sessions with Sarah Lane 

Book your place now: https://mycareerzone.exeter.ac.uk/students/events/

Come and join us online for a guided mindfulness meditation session!

Sarah Lane, a qualified Mindfulness Teacher who usually facilitates the Mindfulness Courses at the Wellbeing Centre, will be offering a 30 minute live guided session. This will consist of a short introduction and a 10-20 minute mindfulness meditation; Sarah will turn off video and audio options for participants so that you can fully engage in the session without distraction. There will be the opportunity to ask any questions you might have following the session in a chat-box, which Sarah will then read out and answer.

Each session is stand-alone and no previous knowledge or experience of mindfulness, or meditation more generally, is required to participate. You are welcome to attend as many or as few of these sessions as you wish.

These sessions continue in Term 3, on Tuesdays and Fridays at 11.30am - with the exception of Tuesday, May 25th when Sarah will be running an in-person mindfulness session as part of the Festival of Discovery.

Below are recordings of webinars that we have run previously. If you didn't have a chance to book on, you can still experience the webinar without the interactive elements:

Term Two, academic year 20/21

Term One, academic year 20/21

Term Three, academic year 19/20

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Come and join us online for our guided mindfulness meditation sessions!

Sarah Lane, a qualified Mindfulness Teacher who usually facilitates the Mindfulness Courses at the Wellbeing Centre, will be offering 30 minute live guided sessions on Tuesdays at 11:30. These sessions will consist of a short introduction and a 10-20 minute mindfulness meditation; Sarah will turn off video and audio options for participants so that you can fully engage in the session without distraction. There will be the opportunity to ask any questions you might have following the session in a chat-box, which Sarah will then read out and answer.

Each sessione is stand-alone and no previous knowledge or experience of mindfulness, or meditation more generally, is required to participate. You are welcome to attend as many or as few of these sessions as you wish.

Please book your place via the Career Zone links below:

The Student Communications team also organise a series of short Mind Over Natter talks which provide quick tips and pointers for staff and students to use in their own life to help them with their wellbeing. You can find out more information and watch previous talks on the link below:

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/wellbeing/natter/

The next talk is '4 legs, a tail and a knack for helping with wellbeing' on 17th March at 12:45, and can be booked here: 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/mind-over-natter-what-has-4-legs-a-tail-and-a-knack-for-helping-wellbeing-tickets-145296903951

Workshops

Please be aware that due to COVID-19 we are running our workshops as online webinars until further notice. Please refer to our Bookable Webinars section above to see sessions that are available.

Wellbeing Services offer a broad range of workshops to help support students in their time at Exeter. These are facilitated by the Psychological Therapies Pathway, who focus on issues surrounding students' wellbeing, and the AccessAbility Pathway, who focus on issues surrounding study skills and the effects of disability and long-term health conditions on study.

Our workshops have been tailored to focus on concerns that are frequently raised by students during their time at university. In this supportive space, you are offered practical tips and techniques to help you work through any problems you may be experiencing. Students often value the shared experience of a group and tell us that it helps to feel that they are not the only one struggling with something. Whilst there is opportunity for discussion, there is no expectation for you to take part.

To book on to one of our workshops, please click the workshops drop-down below and click the link under the workshop you are interested in. This will take you to the My Career Zone where you are able to book a space. If you are interested in a workshop which is not scheduled to take place in the near future, please do let us know so we are able to ensure we are providing the right support for students. 

Please be aware that due to COVID-19 we are running our workshops as online webinars until further notice. Please refer to our Bookable Webinars section above to see sessions that are available.

Please be aware that due to COVID-19 we are running our workshops as online webinars until further notice. Please refer to our Bookable Webinars section above to see sessions that are available.

Postgraduate research students can access wellbeing sessions as part of the Researcher Development programme.

You can book on to these sessions on My Career Zone by searching ‘Researcher Development Exeter’ under ‘Events’.