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COVID-19 Wellbeing Webinars

These webinars are being offered as part of a new wellbeing series for UNSW students during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Learn how to support others in the online world, adapt to the temporary new university experience and support your own health and immunity.

We recommend you attend all three sessions in the series, but it is possible to just attend one or two.

You will need to register for each one individually.

Those who complete all three webinars in the series will be presented with a certificate of completion from Student Life & Communities.

Campus Security

Published: 6 Apr 2020

10 ways to stay safe on campus - Find out about the essential security services provided on campus to help keep you safe.

Live Chat with a Student Mentor

Published: 3 Apr 2020

Your student life is alive, online! Follow the UNSW community on socials, chat live online with a student mentor, take part in online challenges, activities & so much more. Keeping you connected is our top priority!

Find out more

Changes to delivery of services during COVID-19

Published: 2 Apr 2020

A number of in-person services across campus have been temporarily suspended.

Guide to Isolation (self-quarantine)

Published: 31 Mar 2020

Tips on how to physically isolate yourself and why it is important.

Help stop the spread of COVID-19 with physical distancing

Published: 31 Mar 2020

Physical distancing, also known as social distancing, is important to slow or even prevent the spread of the COVID-19 infection.

Gratitude

Published: 17 Mar 2020

How to practice gratitude.

Mindfulness Meditation - WEDNESDAY 12pm Term 1

27 Feb 2019 – 17 Apr 2019

Instruction and practice in Mindfulness Meditation is provided in weekly sessions. Mindfulness Skills are a great way to deal with stress more effectively and improve concentration.

Finding Focus - TUESDAY group, 12pm, Term 1, 2020

3 Mar 2020 – 17 Mar 2020

A 3 x 1-hour weekly meeting to develop skills that can help with common issues such as: procrastination, anxiety, and keeping focus at university and in your life. It aims to help you to stay focused and take a flexible approach to goals that matter to you. Please commit to attend all 3 weeks of the workshop. You must attend week 1 of the workshop and cannot start in week 2 or 3.

12 - 1pm, room 2008, level 2, East Wing, Quadrangle Building, Map Ref E15.

Register here

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