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Wellbeing

We are committed to the promotion of positive wellbeing and good mental health.

Our dedicated Student Support Team are on hand to provide advice and support prior to your enrolment and during your time at college.

Daily drop-in sessions are provided for students to access a member of the Student Support team face to face. The team provide advice and support on a range of topics, including those relating to safeguarding, health and wellbeing, finance, relationships, accommodation, addiction etc. The team work in partnership with a wide range of specialist local and national organisations and can assist with external referrals where appropriate.

Our mental health practitioner is able to provide a range of support, including mental health wellbeing assessments. These assessments review individual needs and consider the types of suitable support options available, which may include internal support within college or external specialist support agencies. Mental health wellbeing assessments are accessed via the college referral system. Workshops are also offered to assist in the development of self help strategies and support, including; anxiety and depression, anger management, life balance and mindfulness relaxation skills. The mental health practitioner is also available for crisis support and assists with the daily Student Support drop ins.

Moulton College have signed up to the Association of College's Mental Health Charter

The Student Support Team are based in the College Social Centre and can be contacted via 01604 491131 or student.support@moulton.ac.uk

Kettering Mind have launched a new Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Service. The free service has been designed to help students whose mental health has been negatively affected during the pandemic. It aims to support individuals find the resilience to cope with issues such as loneliness, academic pressures, organisational skills, coping with anxiety, and managing mental health in general. To do this, the service can provide students with:

  1. Up to three one-to-one sessions with a mentor
  2. Online facilitated peer support sessions allowing students to socialise in a safe and confidential setting with others who may be experiencing similar difficulties.
  3. Mental health and wellbeing workshops to student groups over Zoom - we can deliver workshops to classes if required, please get in touch with me if you wish to arrange this.

Any student wishing to access the service should fill out an application form and email it to info@ketteringmind.org.uk

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