OSMHN runs workshops for staff on issues relating to student mental health. The workshops provide attendees with an invaluable source of information and guidance on student mental health issues and additionally, provide a mechanism to enable staff members from local institutions and organisations to share experiences and knowledge.
Suggestions for workshops or lectures are always welcome.
OSMHN is running another series of Lunch Time Seminars this academic year on mental health topics.
These seminars are proving highly successful and well attended and are both helpful in increasing knowledge and understanding of a particular topic and practical and immediately applicable.
WHO ARE THE SEMINARS FOR?
Whether you work in an academic, non-academic or residential role at Oxford University, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford and Cherwell Valley College or Ruskin College, the voluntary sector or are a health or social care professional... ALL STAFF ARE WELCOME
DATES AND TOPICS FOR YOUR DIARY
ANXIETY SEMINAR 1
THURSDAY 14TH FEBRUARY
12.00 - 1.00
Student Welfare and Support Services, Caldicott Room, Oxford University, 3 Worcester Street, OX1 2BX.
ANXIETY SEMINAR 2 (EXAM ANXIETY)
THURSDAY 28TH FEBRUARY
12.00 - 1.00
Room 14, Examination School
75-81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG
OSMHN are running two linked seminars on Anxiety facilitated by Counsellors at the Oxford Brookes University and Oxford University Counselling Services.
Anxiety Seminar 1 will be on Generalised Anxiety: Signs and Symptoms and Anxiety Seminar 2 will focus on Exam Anxiety.
As these are linked seminars please sign up for both seminars at the same time.
If places are still available once people have signed up for both seminars these will then be offered to those who can only attend one or other of the seminars.
WORKING WITH SUICIDE AND SUICIDAL IDEATION
FRIDAY 31ST MAY
10.00 - 4.30
Buckley Building BG10
Oxford Brookes University
The Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists in Primary Care (CPC) are running a one day workshop on ‘Working with Suicide and Suicidal Ideation'. They have been providing training in this area to universities for support, administrative and teaching staff for a number of years. The training is designed to help anyone in Higher Education who works with the higher risk age group of 18- 25 year olds.
The training is funded by the James Wentworth Stanley Memorial Fund which has made a grant to CPC to provide it to 10 universities this academic year.
COST AND BOOKING
Please note that there will be no charge for the training itself but there will be a charge for catering.
Cost to be confirmed but approximately £10.00 - £12.00 per person.
Please always make sure to check the venue and time for each seminar as this will vary from seminar to seminar.
3. Contact details
4. Any special requirements
5. Which seminar(s) you wish to attend
6. Suggestions of topics for future seminars
7. Please state where you heard about the seminar
Your place on the seminars/workshops will be confirmed from Wednesday 23rd January onwards due to the Christmas break. We apologise for the delay.
No future Events are posted at the moment