Mental Health Week 12 October

Welcome to the Student Health Services' Mental Health Week: 10-14 October, 2022! This week is organised in connection with the annual international Mental Health Day, which is 10 October.

The Student Health Service wants you to feel good while you study. We also know that you may not always feel well and that life as a student can sometimes be challenging in many ways.

PROGRAMME MONDAY 10 OCTOBER 2022
PROGRAMME TUESDAY 11 OCTOBER 2022
PROGRAMME WEDNESDAY 12 OCTOBER 2022 - see below
PROGRAMME THURSDAY 13 OCTOBER 2022
PROGRAMME FRIDAY 14 OCTOBER 2022

11:30, 18:00 and 18:00 - Open house and free training at Friskis&Svettis Visby
Where: Norra Hansegatan 18
What: You who are a student are welcome to try out selcted group training classes during Mental Health Week. For booking: Call 0498-211313 and provide the code: Campus vecka 41.

Monday: Jympa kl 16:30 och Spin Distans kl 18:15
Tuesday: Jympa kl 17:00 och Multifys soft kl 16:45
Wednesday: Multifys kl 11:30, Jympa soft kl 18:00 och Multifys soft kl 18:00
Thursday: Spinning kl 11:30, Multifys kl 18:00, Spin kl 18:15 och Yoga kl 19:00
Friday: Cirkelfys kl 11:30 och Jympa kl 16:30

You can find the entire selection at Friskis & Svettis's website.

All day - Open house and free training at Form Gotland
Where: Visborgsallén 33 or at Norra Hansegatan 2
What: You who are a student are welcome to try out training f for free throughout the week, gym and group training during staffed opening hours at Form Visborg and Form City. You need to show your Mecenat- or Campus card. To secure a place on the group training session, book your session at the reception or on telephone 0498-652240. ! You can find the entire selection at Form Gotland's website.

10:00-12:30 - Ask us about sex and mental health
Where: Inside the main entrance at Campus Gotland
What: Gotland youth clinic is for you under the age of 23, regardless of gender identity, gender expression or sexual orientation. At the youth clinic you can get help with everything related to the body, sex, relationships and mental health. Free of charge and with professional secrecy”. Read about Gotland youth clinic (NB: page translated by Google).

16:00-17:00 - Creative writing for confidence and enjoyment
Where:
Online via Zoom
What: Writing is one of the ways to gain distance or perspective on stressful subjects whether they directly impact the writer alone or are concerns shared by others. And in times of crisis such as climate change or pandemic, matters that cause anxiety to whole communities also affect each individual in personal ways. In this workshop, we will draw inspiration from samples of contemporary fiction and poetry, to find fresh ideas for telling stories of your own.

Sofia Ahlberg is Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor at the Department of English, Uppsala University.

16:00-17:00 - Try 'forest bathing'! Why is nature so benificial to us?
Where:
outdoors in a green area near you, and via Zoom
What: Go out into a forest area, park or garden, alone or with a few others and join on Zoom via your mobile phone! Anna María Pálsdóttir is doing research at SLU on health-promoting outdoor environments. She will guide you through an exercise where you get to try mindfulness in nature, and then she tells us about the theories behind!

16:30-18:00 - Trans separatist group meeting
Where:
Rindi castle 
What: Trans separatist group meeting for anyone who has trans experience, is gender non-conforming or are having thoughts regarding their gender identity. Together we'll hang out and talk about living outside the social gender norms and the pros and cons with being out in a small society such as Gotland. Everyone is welcome! Facebook event for the Trans separatist group meeting.

19:00-20:30 - Rainbow Café
Where: Rindi castle 
What: Open Rainbow Café for everyone under the lgbtqia+ umbrella and/or living outside the social norms for sexuality and gender identity. Along with friendly conversations, can also get answers to questions about protection against discrimination and victimization during your time at Campus Gotland. Everyone is welcome! Facebook event for the Rainbow café.

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Mental Health Week is organised to draw attention to the importance of mental health and well-being. During the week, lectures, workshops and activities are offered with the aim of informing, helping, inspiring and illuminating mental health and well-being. Some events take place in Visby, some in Uppsala and some online. Read more on Mental Health week at the Student Health Services' webpage.

Last modified: 2021-02-18