Looking after your mental health and wellbeing
Along with getting you started on your remote learning journey, your health and wellbeing is our number one priority here at UOW.
Being proactive in maintaining your wellbeing is essential, and we encourage everyone to take the time to recognise the factors in your lives that will help you to be successful throughout this period of transition. This process is unique to everyone, but taking care of your mental health and wellbeing is every bit as important as maintaining your physical health.
There are many channels which offer mental health and wellbeing support and advice available online.
Check out the UOW Counselling page for more information.
UOW is here to help with all of your needs, both academically and emotionally, as we move online. We understand that with change can come stress, so it is especially important to look after yourself during this time, and reach out if you need assistance.
Our full range of support services is now available online to all students via the Student Support website, which include the following:
- Counselling and mental health support
- Career consultations and employment opportunities
- Peer Coaches and Peer Assisted Study Sessions
- Student Support Advisers (general academic and personal welfare support)
For immediate assistance in a crisis, visit the UOW Crisis Support Services website.
You can also receive support and help through: