Student Wellbeing Group Sessions

Booking a session
The group sessions are booked through UniHub. Your booking information will be held securely, accessible only by Student Wellbeing and the Hallam Help team who staff our reception. The first time you use the system you will need to select your career options (3 questions to ensure appropriate communications) after which you will automatically be redirected to the bookings.

We know that people often feel nervous about the idea of a group session, but we find that once people attend, their response is very positive. Find out more about what to expect from a group session






Wellbeing and Me Group Sessions

We've developed a new range of group sessions this year in response to feedback. These sessions cover the subjects most often raised by students as problematic for them.

Accepting me - Improving self-esteem

A two-part group session. We aim to improve the relationship you have with yourself by using creative techniques and compassionate mindfulness in order to help you develop and enhance your self-esteem and self-acceptance.

90 minutes. Maximum 12 participants.

Anxiety and Me

A two-part group session. We will explore anxiety and its impacts on wellbeing. We will discuss strategies to help identify and lower your anxiety levels. Please try to attend both parts of the workshop to fully benefit from it.

90 minutes. Maximum 12 participants.

Bereavement and Me - how to live with grief

A two part group session. for those who have experienced bereavement recently or a while ago. Think and talk with others about coming to terms with your loss, in a relaxed and informal way.

75 minutes. Maximum 12 participants

Low Mood and Me

A two-part group session. Understand low mood and its impact on your life and wellbeing. We will explore strategies to help you manage your mood. Please try to attend both parts of the workshop to fully benefit from it.

90 minutes. Maximum 12 participants

Workplace and Me

A two-part workshop to support your wellbeing in employment, on placement or whilst volunteering. Based on ACT therapy. Please try to attend both parts of the workshop to fully benefit from it.

120 minutes. Maximum 12 participants





Life Uni and Me Group Sessions

Life, Uni and Me is a series of psychoeducational workshops which can be attended separately or as a series of sessions complimenting each other. Each session focuses on a different aspect of life at the University and beyond.

Assertiveness and Me

Individual group session. Learn to express opinions, feelings, attitudes and rights, honestly and without infringing on the rights of others.
90 minutes. Maximum 12 participants

People And Me - Healthy relationships

Individual group session. Improve the relationship you have with yourself and others. This is relevant for intimate relationships, friendships or other types of relationships.
90 minutes. Maximum 12 participants

Stress management and Me

Individual workshop. Take control of your lifestyle, thoughts, emotions and ways of managing stress.
90 minutes. Maximum 12 participants





Mindfulness and Me Group Sessions

Our Mindfulness offer is delivered as four distinct, but connected, sessions. Come along to one or more sessions to build on your Mindfulness practice.

Mindfulness Skills

Individual session. Key practices to develop mindfulness and distinguish between formal and informal techniques. How and why to adopt regular mindfulness practice
90 minutes. Maximum 15 participants

Mindfulness and Yoga

Introduction to mindfulness for wellbeing linked to different types of Yoga. Gentle Yoga postures and a body scan. Please wear loose-fitting clothes to allow for freedom of movement.
75 minutes. Maximum 15 participants

Mindfulness and 5 Ways to Wellbeing

Individual session. Learn some key mindfulness practices. We will focus on 5 ways to wellbeing - simple things that you can do to incorporate them into your self-care.
60 minutes. Maximum 15 participants






Active Wellbeing Sessions

We also offer a range of Active Wellbeing Sessions, such as gardening, running and walking. For more information about these please see our Active Wellbeing page,


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