Category: Wellbeing

Scrabble tiles laid out to spell mental health

Kirsten McEwan, Senior Research Fellow in Compassion Mental Health and Wellbeing at the University of Derby, explores ways to focus on your wellbeing during this time and the good things that are taking place around you.

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Dr Tom Hunt, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Derby, gives advice on how to understand the numerical data and manage emotional responses during the coronavirus pandemic.

Two smiling women at an event in the University of Derby atrium

Sarah outlines how inclusivity, diversity and acceptance play a role in everyday life both on and off campus.

Laura Stroud standing in front of a wooden front door with potted bushes either side

Laura Stroud describes her experience of studying a postgraduate course and how she discovered a new-found sense of belonging.

Smiling woman holding an iPad in one hand and raising the other arm in joy

Emma Rodrigues, Occupational Therapy student, has immersed herself in every opportunity that's come her way, and sourced many more. Emma shares her experiences of studying abroad, volunteering, presenting at conferences, and being a society advocate.

Joel Chidley sits in kitchen. He wears a polo shirt and there is a shelf on the wall behind him.

Dr Joel Chidley, Lecturer in Exercise Physiology at the University of Derby, offers advice on keeping active during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Professor Frances Maratos, Associate Professor of Emotion Science at the University of Derby, offers suggestions on how to help children manage their worries about COVID-19 and self isolation.

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Dr Gulcan Garip, Health Psychologist at the University of Derby, offers some top tips to help make the most of your days during self-isolation.

A Robbin sitting on a Cherry Blossom twig

Professor Miles Richardson explains the benefit of noticing nature while our mental wellbeing is challenged by the impact of coronavirus.

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Dave Home provides insights on how his movement practices enrich lives by focusing on mindfulness and the development of the therapeutic relationship.