Reading for Wellbeing Events
The next Reading for Wellbeing events will be:
Wednesday 12 October, 2-3pm, Online: Joe Wells, Comedian and Author will be presenting their book Wired Differently – 30 Neurodivergent people you should know. A must see presentation that explores Neurodiversity and what it is like to be Neurodivergent.
Wednesday 2 November, 2-3pm, Online: Vicky Pattison, the former LJMU drama student and graduate, presents her book, The Secret To Happy: How to build resilience, banish self-doubt and live the life you deserve. Vicky shares her empowering and uplifting guide to life.
Wednesday 30 November, 2-3:30pm, Student Life Building: Mindfulness hosted by Brodie Macphee (LJMU Counsellor). Come and learn about Mindfulness through an exploration of the book ‘Mindfulness: a Practical Guide to Finding Peace in a Frantic World’ by Mark Williams & Danny Penman. This session will include an opportunity to try Mindfulness exercises.
Writing for Wellbeing Events
Our Writing for Wellbeing events coming up this semester will be:
Thursday 13 October, 2-3pm, Student Life Building: Putting yourself on the page: a safe space for personal writing in response to prompts around the theme of ‘Seasonal Changes’
Wednesday 9 November, 11am-12noon, Aldham Robart Library, Leisure Reading and Bibliotherapy Space: Putting yourself on the page: a safe space for personal writing in response to prompts around the theme of ‘Resilience’.
Thursday 8 December, 2-3pm, Student Life Building: Putting yourself on the page: a safe space for personal writing in response to prompts around the theme of ‘Present Stillness’.
To view all Bibliotherapy events or to register visit the SAW event webpages.
Book My Mind collection in LJMU Libraries
As part of the bibliotherapy initiative, our Student Advice and Wellbeing Team and Library have joined together to create Book My Mind; a collection of books that have been specifically chosen by our Counsellors, Wellbeing Advisors and Mental Health Team.
Our collection of books covers a wide range of issues such as anxiety, depression, loneliness and include a variety of approaches such as cognitive behavioural therapy to mindfulness.