If you’re a Black student, your experience of the pandemic has probably been shaped by a specific set of forces and lived experiences. It can often be helpful to find support and community with people who share those experiences.
Join our online peer support workshops designed for, facilitated by, and co-designed with Black students. It’s a space where you can learn more about mental health, explore what you’re experiencing, and find self-care and coping strategies.
This service is delivered by Black People Talk.
What happens in the workshop?
The workshops are 2 hours long and are limited to 20 people.
Each workshop is focused on a specific theme, such as:
- Depression & low mood
- Anxiety & stress
- Race-based trauma and stress
Workshops usually include:
- An introduction to current research and cultural explanatory models of mental health
- Practical peer support session
- Self-care and coping strategies discussion
- Guest speakers from Black community groups, mental health services, university services
The workshops are led by trained facilitators, and the discussions are confidential. At the beginning of the session, the facilitator and participants agree on a confidentiality and safety agreement, which covers issues such as anonymity, confidentiality and disclosure.
How to sign up
You can see a schedule for upcoming workshops and register on the Black People Talk website, linked below.
Find the workshop schedule and register to take part