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Getting Psyched For Study
Tue. 18 October 2016, 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm AEST
Strike a balance between stress, mental health and your education at SHOC’s Q&A forum on Tuesday 18th October.
Living away from home or on campus, juggling finances, a job and relationships make student life complex and stressful.
At Getting Psyched For Study you’ll hear first-hand experiences from students who’ve managed the challenges of mental health through study; and receive professional advice for coping and minimising the impact stress can have on your education and wellbeing.
Questions will be taken from the floor on the evening and can be submitted in advance to email@example.com
The panel will run 4pm - 5.30pm and be followed by a student networking session 5.30pm - 6.30pm where you and fellow guests can mingle and discuss your experiences over snacks and drinks.
Mitchell Robson, Student Help on Campus
Sheldon Pace, Manager Counselling, Student Services
Jamie Thompson, Centre Manager, Headspace Taringa
Jamie Thompson has worked for Headspace for more than four years in various roles. Jamie is a Psychologist and is currently the Centre Manager of Headspace Taringa. Previously Jamie helped roles as the inaugural Clinical Team Leader of Headspace Nundah and also various roles in the Queensland Headspace School Support team.
Jamie has over 10 years experience working in various fields including youth mental health, suicide postvention, corrective services and alcohol and other drugs.
Briana Bell, Student Community Engagement Officer with the UQU Abilities Collective
Brianna is a fourth year Arts/Law student at the University of Queensland, and CEO of UN Youth Australia, one of the largest youth-led not for profit organisations in Australia. Before that, she worked as their Human Resources Director on a state and then national level. This year she has been one of the Community Engagement Officers of the UQU Abilities Collective, focused on raising awareness of disability, chronic illness, and mental illness amongst the UQ community. She also happens to have a few chronic illnesses, and is passionate advocate for increasing accessibility.
The panel will be moderated by Gabii Starr, UQU Secretary.
Student Help on Campus (SHOC) is a free, independent advocacy service for all UQ students. SHOC Advocates assist students in areas related to education & equity, gender & sexuality, employment, welfare, migration & legal services. Each year we assist over 2,200 students.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Please present an 18+ proof of age I.D. on the evening. This is an 18+ event.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
For full details on parking, CityCat, bus and bicycle routes click here.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email event organiser Lisa via firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, you can do this via your EventBrite account.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Simply present a digital copy of your ticket to the door on the evening.