Time to Talk encourages the nation’s biggest mental health conversation, this is an opportunity to support you to look after yourself and your mental wellbeing

Let’s get started.

Starting on Thursday 3 February 2022

The Staff Wellbeing Champions want to give a special focus on the benefits of communication, a time when colleagues can come together to talk, listen and make a difference.

We all have mental health, by talking about it we can support ourselves and others. The following activities are an opportunity for you to engage, however remember every day is a Time to Talk day, you can get in touch with any of our wellbeing champions or speak with counsellors from the Employee Assistance programme (EAP)

Come and have a chat on Thursday 3 Feb, one way or another:

• Face to face between 11:30 and 13:30 in 1W 2.01

• and Virtually at the same time on Teams

Mental Health and Wellbeing workshops running during this week.

Monday 7th February

Writing for Wellbeing

Campus walk

Manage Energy, Not Time

My Workplace Wellbeing Wheel

Tuesday 8th February

Meditation with Anna

Writing for Wellbeing

Origami for fun

Childless not by choice virtual meetup. Join us for the first meeting of a new informal support network for staff.

Two members of the Wellbeing Champions network are in the process of setting up a new informal support network for staff who are Childless not by choice – the ‘No Kidding’ group. As part of Time to talk week, we invite staff who have experienced childlessness to join us for an informal chat to connect and to find out more about the network.

Wednesday 9th February

Campus walk

Menopause Meet up Join in with an informal chat about Menopause

Wellbeing Apps Workshop

Thursday 10th February


Writing for Wellbeing

Resilience and Wellbeing

Friday 11th February

Meditation with Anna