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Counselling should do more

At no point did anyone ask if trying to overcome sexual assault in under four hours seemed challenging. Quite quickly the object of the sessions shifted from overcoming the assault to merely addressing it, and this adjustment brought its own tensions with it. Repeatedly bringing upsetting memories to the forefront of my mind had consistent repercussions outside of my allotted counselling time, and we frequently needed the full 50 minutes just to explore the problem fully, let alone consider possible coping mechanism or how I was going to get better.

Oxford’s term structure is fuelling a mental health crisis

In an ideal world, Oxford would exercise at the very least a benign influence on the mental health of its students and...

JCR Presidents brand University’s mental health provisions “completely unsustainable”

The letter claimed that "There has been a severe lack of public leadership on this issue from the University governance".
Footballer Kevin Ellison on pitch wearing red Morecambe kit

Pantomime villain turned mental health hero – Morecambe’s Kevin Ellison

‘Harry Potter, he’s coming for you’ roar the Exeter fans as Morecambe’s veteran forward Kevin Ellison receives the ball on his customary left wing....
A woman walks down a snowy path with trees lining it. She is wearing a coat and carries a black bag over her shoulder.

Making myself at home

"When you're here for most of the year, making this city your true home is a feat that seems impossible."

Gender roles impact men’s mental health

We must deconstruct unspoken gender norms

The life-saving power of a hashtag

Male suicide prevention campaign #ItsOkayNotToBeOkay should not just be dismissed as virtue signalling

Eat Your Heart Out review – ‘A nuanced and authentic exploration...

Tightrope Productions' devised piece proves particularly heartfelt at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Oxford must change its essay obsession

The weekly grind of Oxford has detrimental effects on our learning, our mental health, and society at large

Talk Matters

The way we manage, normalise and talk about mental illness needs to change in order to benefit those who experience it
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