I am the Development Officer at Mental Wealth UK. We are a student mental health charity established to promote positive student mental health and wellbeing inuniversities across the UK. We run in a similar way to Active Minds in America,…"
"Welcome to the mhhehub Rosie,
Great that you have joined. Do add yourself to the member map which we hope will help aid networking. Have a look around and explore the groups/forum/events/blog functions. If you have any queries or…"
Mar 10, 2013
Rosie Tressler is now a member of Mental Health in Higher Education Hub
Great that you have joined. Do add yourself to the member map which we hope will help aid networking. Have a look around and explore the groups/forum/events/blog functions. If you have any queries or suggestions then do get in touch with myself or with Jill Anderson.
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