Be Well Plan is kicking off mid April, register NOW!

Join the Be Well Plan, a tailored, evidence-based mental health program, for free online sessions in the first semester of 2024, fostering camaraderie, interactive learning, and personalized strategies for mental health and resilience – register now!

Hey Flinders Students!

We’re excited to announce that the Be Well Plan, one of our core mental health and wellbeing training options, will be running in the first semester, 2024!

We’ll be running the 5 x 2.5-hour session version, online, which means you can join from wherever you have internet access (I’d love to get students from all campuses and online students involved).

This program, developed by Be Well Co., offers actionable strategies to improve your mental health and resilience.


What’s in it for you?

Tailored Wellbeing: Learn to create a personalized plan to enhance your mental health at any life stage.
Interactive Workshops: The way that Be Well Plan is taught is very interactive which enhances learning and motivation
Evidence-Based: The Be Well Plan has been evaluated and shown to improve mental well-being, resilience, and more.
Free for Students: Access this valuable program at no cost, thanks to Flinders University and Be Well Co.
Camaraderie and Support: You get to share the journey with fellow students striving for better mental health.


Don’t miss out on this opportunity to invest in your mental health!

At this stage all you need to do is register ASAP by emailing from your Flinders email address and letting me know you’d like to do the program. Feel free to ask any questions you might have in that email as well. [there are some of you who have expressed interest already, you don’t need to register again]

I’ll then work with registered participants to find the best days/times for the sessions.

We should be kicking off in mid-late April, so that the program is all wrapped up before mid-year exam preparation starts.

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