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Your Guide to Wellbeing at University
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Your Guide to Wellbeing at University

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March 2023 | 272 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Congratulations! You are now officially a university student, but are you prepared to start this challenging but rewarding journey? Our daily lives can be fast paced. They can be crammed with many things competing for our time. So how are you going to make space for your studies whilst also making sure you look after yourself?

This book will show you how to understand and recognise the stressors from university life, look after your wellbeing, generate full energy, and achieve high performance and success. It will help you develop personalised strategies to build your physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual resilience, helping you plan and set personal goals, get the most out of the support available to you, and achieve the right work-life balance for you.

Student Success is a series of essential guides for students of all levels. From how to think critically and write great essays to boosting your employability and managing your wellbeing, the Student Success series helps you study smarter and get the best from your time at university. 
 
Chapter 1: Understanding Wellbeing
 
Chapter 2: Four Areas of Building Resilience
 
Chapter 3: Test Your Wellbeing level
 
Chapter 4: Getting started on your university life
 
Chapter 5: What to expect in the middle of university studying
 
Chapter 6: What to expect close to graduation
 
Chapter 7: Building Physical Energy
 
Chapter 8: Building Emotional Energy
 
Chapter 9: Building Mental Energy
 
Chapter 10: Building Spiritual Energy and Setting Your Goals
 
Chapter 11: Wellbeing Beyond University

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It is a great book that helps students understand how to prioritise their well-being whilst at University

Dr Kat Cartmell
Department of Psychology, University of Central Lancashire
February 18, 2024

Good information for student support who attend university

Mr Thomas Beary
Nursing, Hertfordshire University
March 29, 2023

Sample Materials & Chapters

Chapter 2: Four Areas of Building Resilience


Gretchen Geng

Dr Gretchen Geng is currently the Deputy Head of School in School of Education Victoria (Melbourne campus) at Australian Catholic University. Before that, she was a Vice President (curriculum) in the International Educational Groups at Beijing Foreign Studies University, the Teaching Lead at the DVC (Education) Office of RMIT University, and an Associate Professor in Pedagogy and Learning at Charles Darwin University. Before her tertiary career, Gretchen was a preschool and primary school teacher and had years of practising experience in teaching young children and school-age children. Gretchen has also been involved in using digital... More About Author

Leigh Disney

Dr Leigh Disney is an Early Years lecturer within the Faculty of Education at Monash University. Prior to this, he was an Early Childhood lecturer at Charles Darwin University. During this time, Leigh has worked with both undergraduate and postgraduate students across the field of initial teacher education.  He began his career in the early years working as an early childhood educator in both prior to school and school-based settings for over 10 years. During this time, he developed a detailed knowledge of the educative and care needs of children within the 0-8 age range. Specialising in supporting young children’s social and... More About Author

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